The effect of some herbicides on seed yield of six grass species – Short Communication
Jan Macháč, Bohumír Cagaš, Radek Macháčhttps://doi.org/10.17221/4817-PPSCitation:Macháč J., Cagaš B., Macháč R. (2002): The effect of some herbicides on seed yield of six grass species – Short Communication. Plant Protect. Sci., 38: 23-28.
The tolerance to or phytotoxicity of selected herbicides and their impact on seed yield was investigated in six grasses grown for seed: Phleum pratense cv. Sobol (a), Festuca rubra cv. Táborská (b), Festuca pratensis cv. Otava (c), Poa pratensis cv. Slezanka (d), Arrhenatherum elatius cv. Medián (e) and Dactylis glomerata cv. Zora (f). All species were tolerant to Grodyl 75 WG (amidosulfuron 75%), (a) and (f) were tolerant to Grodyl plus (amidosulfuron 15 g/kg + isoproturon 600 g/kg) which was phytotoxic to the other grass species; all species were tolerant to Stomp 330 E (pendimethalin 330 g/l); Lintur 70 WG (triasulfuron 4.1% + dicamba 65.9%) was phytotoxic only to (c) while the other species were tolerant to it.
grass; seed; herbicides