Herbicides: Pesticides used to destroy unwanted vegetation, especially various types of weeds, grasses (POACEAE), and woody plants. Some plants develop HERBICIDE RESISTANCE.Herbicide Resistance: Diminished or failed response of PLANTS to HERBICIDES.Atrazine: A selective triazine herbicide. Inhalation hazard is low and there are no apparent skin manifestations or other toxicity in humans. Acutely poisoned sheep and cattle may show muscular spasms, fasciculations, stiff gait, increased respiratory rates, adrenal degeneration, and congestion of the lungs, liver, and kidneys. (From The Merck Index, 11th ed)2,4-Dichlorophenoxyacetic Acid: An herbicide with irritant effects on the eye and the gastrointestinal system.2-Methyl-4-chlorophenoxyacetic Acid: A powerful herbicide used as a selective weed killer.Linuron: A selective pre- and post-emergence herbicide. (From Merck Index, 11th ed)Plant Weeds: A plant growing in a location where it is not wanted, often competing with cultivated plants.2,4,5-Trichlorophenoxyacetic Acid: An herbicide with strong irritant properties. Use of this compound on rice fields, orchards, sugarcane, rangeland, and other noncrop sites was terminated by the EPA in 1985. (From Merck Index, 11th ed)Acetolactate Synthase: A flavoprotein enzyme that catalyzes the formation of acetolactate from 2 moles of PYRUVATE in the biosynthesis of VALINE and the formation of acetohydroxybutyrate from pyruvate and alpha-ketobutyrate in the biosynthesis of ISOLEUCINE. This enzyme was formerly listed as EC 4.1.3.18.Trifluralin: A microtubule-disrupting pre-emergence herbicide.Simazine: A triazine herbicide.3-Phosphoshikimate 1-Carboxyvinyltransferase: An enzyme of the shikimate pathway of AROMATIC AMINO ACID biosynthesis, it generates 5-enolpyruvylshikimate 3-phosphate and ORTHOPHOSPHATE from PHOSPHOENOLPYRUVATE and shikimate-3-phosphate. The shikimate pathway is present in BACTERIA and PLANTS but not in MAMMALS.Weed Control: The prevention of growth and or spread of unwanted plants.Paraquat: A poisonous dipyridilium compound used as contact herbicide. Contact with concentrated solutions causes irritation of the skin, cracking and shedding of the nails, and delayed healing of cuts and wounds.Picloram: A picolinic acid derivative that is used as a herbicide.Dicamba: A chlorinated organic herbicide.Protoporphyrinogen Oxidase: A membrane-bound flavoenzyme that catalyzes the oxygen-dependent aromatization of protoporphyrinogen IX (Protogen) to protoporphyrin IX (Proto IX). It is the last enzyme of the common branch of the HEME and CHLOROPHYLL pathways in plants, and is the molecular target of diphenyl ether-type herbicides. VARIEGATE PORPHYRIA is an autosomal dominant disorder associated with deficiency of protoporphyrinogen oxidase.Diuron: A pre-emergent herbicide.Triazines: Heterocyclic rings containing three nitrogen atoms, commonly in 1,2,4 or 1,3,5 or 2,4,6 formats. Some are used as HERBICIDES.Lolium: Common member of the Gramineae family used as cattle FODDER. It harbors several fungi and other parasites toxic to livestock and people and produces allergenic compounds, especially in its pollen. The most commonly seen varieties are L. perenne, L. multiflorum, and L. rigidum.Delftia acidovorans: A species of gram-negative rod-shaped bacteria found ubiquitously and formerly called Comamonas acidovorans and Pseudomonas acidovorans. It is the type species of the genus DELFTIA.ToluidinesDefoliants, Chemical: Herbicides that remove leaves from trees and growing plants. They may be either organic or inorganic. Several of the more persistent types have been used in military operations and many are toxic. (From Hawley's Condensed Chemical Dictionary, 11th ed)Chlorophenols: Phenols substituted with one or more chlorine atoms in any position.Pesticides: Chemicals used to destroy pests of any sort. The concept includes fungicides (FUNGICIDES, INDUSTRIAL); INSECTICIDES; RODENTICIDES; etc.Sulfonylurea CompoundsAminobutyrates: Derivatives of BUTYRIC ACID that contain one or more amino groups attached to the aliphatic structure. Included under this heading are a broad variety of acid forms, salts, esters, and amides that include the aminobutryrate structure.Agriculture: The science, art or practice of cultivating soil, producing crops, and raising livestock.4-Hydroxyphenylpyruvate Dioxygenase: An enzyme that catalyzes the conversion of 4-hydroxyphenylpyruvate plus oxygen to homogentisic acid and carbon dioxide. EC 1.13.11.27.Methylurea Compounds: Urea compounds which are substituted with one or more methyl groups.Propanil: A chlorinated anilide that is used as an herbicide.Phenyl Ethers: Ethers that are linked to a benzene ring structure.Agrochemicals: Chemicals used in agriculture. These include pesticides, fumigants, fertilizers, plant hormones, steroids, antibiotics, mycotoxins, etc.Diquat: A contact herbicide used also to produce desiccation and defoliation. (From Merck Index, 11th ed)Plants, Genetically Modified: PLANTS, or their progeny, whose GENOME has been altered by GENETIC ENGINEERING.Pesticide Residues: Pesticides or their breakdown products remaining in the environment following their normal use or accidental contamination.Glycine: A non-essential amino acid. It is found primarily in gelatin and silk fibroin and used therapeutically as a nutrient. It is also a fast inhibitory neurotransmitter.Agricultural Workers' Diseases: Diseases in persons engaged in cultivating and tilling soil, growing plants, harvesting crops, raising livestock, or otherwise engaged in husbandry and farming. The diseases are not restricted to farmers in the sense of those who perform conventional farm chores: the heading applies also to those engaged in the individual activities named above, as in those only gathering harvest or in those only dusting crops.Heterocyclic Compounds, 2-Ring: A class of organic compounds containing two ring structures, one of which is made up of more than one kind of atom, usually carbon plus another atom. The heterocycle may be either aromatic or nonaromatic.Crops, Agricultural: Cultivated plants or agricultural produce such as grain, vegetables, or fruit. (From American Heritage Dictionary, 1982)Water Pollutants, Chemical: Chemical compounds which pollute the water of rivers, streams, lakes, the sea, reservoirs, or other bodies of water.Fungicides, Industrial: Chemicals that kill or inhibit the growth of fungi in agricultural applications, on wood, plastics, or other materials, in swimming pools, etc.Biodegradation, Environmental: Elimination of ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTANTS; PESTICIDES and other waste using living organisms, usually involving intervention of environmental or sanitation engineers.Glycolates: Derivatives of ACETIC ACID which contain an hydroxy group attached to the methyl carbon.Cyclohexanones: Cyclohexane ring substituted by one or more ketones in any position.Amaranthus: A plant genus, in the family AMARANTHACEAE, best known as a source of high-protein grain crops and of Red Dye No. 2 (AMARANTH DYE). Tumbleweed sometimes refers to Amaranthus but more often refers to SALSOLA.Soil Pollutants: Substances which pollute the soil. Use for soil pollutants in general or for which there is no specific heading.Acetamides: Derivatives of acetamide that are used as solvents, as mild irritants, and in organic synthesis.Drug Resistance: Diminished or failed response of an organism, disease or tissue to the intended effectiveness of a chemical or drug. It should be differentiated from DRUG TOLERANCE which is the progressive diminution of the susceptibility of a human or animal to the effects of a drug, as a result of continued administration.Acetyl-CoA Carboxylase: A carboxylating enzyme that catalyzes the conversion of ATP, acetyl-CoA, and HCO3- to ADP, orthophosphate, and malonyl-CoA. It is a biotinyl-protein that also catalyzes transcarboxylation. The plant enzyme also carboxylates propanoyl-CoA and butanoyl-CoA (From Enzyme Nomenclature, 1992) EC 6.4.1.2.Alismatidae: A plant subclass of the class Liliopsida (monocotyledons) in the Chronquist classification system. This is equivalent to the Alismatales order in the APG classification system. It is a primitive group of more or less aquatic plants.Oxidoreductases Acting on CH-CH Group Donors: A subclass of enzymes which includes all dehydrogenases acting on carbon-carbon bonds. This enzyme group includes all the enzymes that introduce double bonds into substrates by direct dehydrogenation of carbon-carbon single bonds.

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... Home. FAQs Help. Local Offices. IFAS Bookstore. Advanced Search. . Download PDF Publication #HS1219. Topics: Herbicides. Dittmar, Peter J. . Factors Affecting Herbicide Use in Fruits and Vegetables 1 C. E Rouse and P. J Dittmar 2. Introduction. Proper herbicide application is critical for fruit and vegetable growers to effectively manage weeds. Improper herbicide application may lead to herbicide loss from the targeted area, increased crop injury, and reduced weed control. Growers need to take into account a number of factors before and during application in any crop to ensure the herbicide is effective. Herbicide efficacy or effectiveness is greatly affected by timing and environmental conditions. Although complete weed control is not always possible, even slight reductions in weed populations can greatly enhance productivity in fruit and vegetable crops. Always consult the label for any questions regarding proper placement, stage of crop growth, or mixing restrictions prior to any chemical application....
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International Herbicides Glyphosate, Atrazine, Acetochlor, 2,4-D Market - Forecasts to 2019. International Herbicides Glyphosate, Atrazine, Acetochlor, 2,4-D Market - Forecasts to 2019. Dublin, July 14, 2014 GLOBE NEWSWIRE -- Research and Markets http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/wbp9b2/herbicides market has announced the addition of the "International Herbicides Glyphosate, Atrazine, Acetochlor, 2,4-D Market - Forecasts to 2019" report to their offering. This report is focused on the detailed study of the herbicides market, by type, crop type, and mode of action in different geographies, with a thorough analysis of the market players in the industry. The herbicides market is mainly driven by the limited availability of land, growing demand for food, and the increase in awareness about modern farming practices and technology. 1 Introduction 2 Executive Summary 3 Premium Insights 4 Market Overview 5 Market Analysis Of Herbicides Market 6 Industry Analysis Of Herbicides Market 7 Herbicides Market, By T...
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Organic herbicides Application Misapplication. Glyphosate Roundup was introduced in 1974 for nonselective weed control. Following the development of glyphosate-resistant crop plants, it is now used very extensively for selective weed control in growing crops. Plants have developed resistance to atrazine and to ALS-inhibitors, and more recently, to glyphosate herbicides. Glyphosate-resistant weeds are present in the vast majority of soybean, cotton and corn farms in some U.S. Because most herbicides could not kill all weeds, farmers rotated crops and herbicides to stop resistant weeds. The term target-site cross-resistance is used when the herbicides bind to the same target site, whereas non-target-site cross-resistance is due to a single non-target-site mechanism e.g., enhanced metabolic detoxification that entails resistance across herbicides with different sites of action. For example, many triazine-resistant weeds have been readily controlled by the use of alternative herbicides such as dicamba or glyphosa...
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*  Watch winter wheat growth prior to applying herbicides - MSU Weeds.comWatch winter wheat growth prio
Watch winter wheat growth prior to applying herbicides - MSU Weeds.com Watch winter wheat growth prior to applying herbicides. Watch winter wheat growth prior to applying herbicides. Plant growth regulator herbicides including 2,4-D amine and ester, dicamba Banvel or Clarity, MCPA, and Curtail 2,4-D amine + Stinger all need to be applied prior to winter wheat jointing Feeke’s stage 6. These plant growth regulator herbicides are typically good on summer annual weeds like common lambsquarters, pigweed, and common ragweed, but vary in their control of some of the more common winter annual weeds like common chickweed. 2,4-D, MCPA, and Curtail will not control chickweed. Herbicides including Affinity BroadSpec, Harmony Extra, Harmony, and Express do not have the same restrictions as many of the plant growth regulator herbicides. These herbicides can be applied when the wheat is at the 2-leaf stage Feeke’s stage 1.2 to just before the flag-leaf is visible Feeke’s stage 7.9. All of these herbicides also have better ...
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*  Hellfire Herbicide, free PDF download
... PDF Search Engine. Hellfire Herbicide HERBICIDE ACTIVATOR Avoid use HERBICIDE HERBICIDE HERBICIDE HERBICIDE HERBICIDE ACTIVATOR ACTIVATOR ACTIVATOR ACTIVATOR ACTIVATOR CROP OIL CONCENTRATE SPREADER • ACTIVATOR • PENETRANT PRINCIPAL FUNCTIONING AGENTS: Petroleum distillate and alkyl phenol ethoxylate..... www.agdecision.net activator , herbicide , distillate , alkyl , petroleum. ACTIVE INGREDIENT EQUIVALENT OR SIMILAR COMPETITOR PRODUCT PARASOL Calcium carbonate 1028g/L CROPCARE INSECTICIDES/MITICIDES PRODUCT NAME ACTIVE INGREDIENT EQUIVALENT OR SIMILAR COMPETITOR PRODUCT AMULET CUE-LUREFipronil 3.4g/kg, 4- p-Acetoxyphenol -2 Butanone 94g/kg CROPCARE AXE Permethrin 500g/L HELLFIRE 500 ... www.cropcare.com.au product , cropcare , active , competitor , similar. www.pestproducts.com established , herbicide , reach , children , precaution. www.montereylawngarden.com residential , postemerg , applied , herbicide , nonresidential. 41 HERBICIDE RESISTANCE IN HORTICULTURE Horticulturalists are all too aware of th...
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*  ISU Weed Science Online - Herbicide Manual for Ag Professionals
... Home page Reference Desk Weed Science Archives Weed Science Personnel Publications Weed Search Agronomic Links. 200 5 Herbicide Manual for Ag Professionals Extension publication WC-92. The 200 4 Herbicide Manual for Agricultural Professionals provides information on herbicides currently registered in Iowa. Recommendations for use of these herbicides on corn and soybeans must be followed closely for control of weeds and to minimize the risk of crop injury. Many interacting factors govern the effectiveness of herbicides and the potential for crop injury. Included are environmental conditions, such as rainfall, temperature, and relative humidity; managerial factors, such as depth of planting, time of planting, time of herbicide application, general tillage practices for seedbed preparation, weed species present in the field, herbicide rate, and kind of chemical needed to provide greatest economic return from the crop. To view them you will need the Adobe Acrobat reader software, which is free and available ...
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*  .. Difference Between Herbicides and Pesticides .. Search DifferenceBetween.net : .. Leave a Re
Difference Between Herbicides and Pesticides Herbicides vs Pesticides. These nuisances are pests, and they can be in any form of organism; they can be insects, weeds, plants, mammals, birds, fish, fungi, microorganisms, and many more. Pesticides are generally chemicals, biological agents, antimicrobial, or disinfectants. They are commonly, but not always, made to kill or poison their targets. The classification of pesticides is often based on the type of organism they target, to control or kill. Insecticide is merely a type of pesticide designed to specifically kill insects. There are also types of pesticides that eliminate, or control, plants, since not all plants are desired, especially in our lawns and gardens. To prevent them from growing, or to kill them, we may use herbicides. Herbicides come in two types ‘“ some are selective, while others just eliminate any plant they touch. Herbicides that are general and non-selective are often used to control all types of weeds in industrial areas. They are also ...
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*  Which direction are herbicides heading? | Herbicides content from Farm Industry News
Which direction are herbicides heading. Herbicides content from Farm Industry News. Skip to Navigation Skip to Content Farm Industry News. Advertisement. Home > Crop Protection > Herbicides > Which direction are herbicides heading. Which direction are herbicides heading. 0 Advertisement. Farmers can t imagine going back to 2,4-D or other auxin herbicides, Riechers said. In a recently published article in Weed Science, Riechers and his team of research colleagues suggest that tank-mixing auxinic herbicides with glyphosate may be the best short-term option available to farmers interested in broad-spectrum, postemergence weed control. Resistance has become a big problem, Riechers said. In 1997, researchers predicted that glyphosate resistance would not be a big issue in Round-Up Ready crops. Since the 1950s, 29 auxin-resistant weed species have been discovered worldwide. In comparison, 21 glyphosate-resistant weed species have been discovered since 1996 when Round-Up Ready soybeans were commercialize...
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*  T&V herbicide registration news and updates - flazasulfuron - UC Weed Science - ANR BlogsT&V herbici
T&V herbicide registration news and updates - flazasulfuron - UC Weed Science - ANR Blogs. T&V herbicide registration news and updates - flazasulfuron - UC Weed Science - ANR Blogs. Skip to Content UC Weed Science Weed control, management, ecology, and minutia. T&V herbicide registration news and updates - flazasulfuron. It's that time of the year when I try to update the list of herbicides registered for use in California orchard and vineyard crops. However, I have not done my end-of-year-herbicide-label-reading-marathon yet so it may change slightly over the next few weeks once I do that. Flazasulfuron trade name: Mission Herbicide was registered in California by ISK Biosciences this year. Flazasulfuron is a sulfonylurea herbicide aka a "Group 2" or "Group B" herbicide. The mode of action is inhibition of the enzyme acetolactate synthase ALS - this is the same mode of action as rimsulfuron Matrix, Pruven that is currently registered in grapes. "Mission is a selective herbicide for preemergence and postemerg...
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*  Ragweed: Where There’s A Will, There’s A Way | Issues content from Corn and Soybean Digest
Advertisement. Herbicides,. Advertisement. If you are finding increased pressure from ragweed, it is probably because of herbicide resistance or from stem-boring insects, which disrupt the action of herbicides like glyphosate. Multiple POST treatments with the same herbicide create the opportunity for herbicide resistance. • Control weeds that emerge prior to planting with tillage or PRE burndown herbicide applications. • Apply pre-emergence herbicides with activity on common ragweed to reduce competition with crops, provide flexibility in the timing of POST herbicides and minimize the need for a second POST glyphosate application. • Apply POST herbicides before ragweed plants exceed 4-6 in. • Scout fields two weeks after the first POST application. tall, and where resistance is suspected, combine glyphosate with other herbicides. 2 PRE residual corn herbicides: Moderate to high populations require combinations of PRE and POST herbicides. Include additional atrazine to improve control, but do not exceed the m...
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*  Phenoxy herbicide
... thumb right px dichlorophenoxyacetic acid a phenoxy herbicide phenoxy herbicides or phenoxies are a family of chemicals related to the growth hormone indoleacetic acid iaa when sprayed on broad leaf plants they induce rapid uncontrolled growth growing to death when sprayed on monocotyledonous grass crops such as wheat or corn they selectively kill broad leaf weed s leaving the crops relatively unaffected the wide variety of phenoxies in use today can be grouped into the phenoxyacetic phenoxybutyric and phenoxypropionic subtypes the latter containing the aryloxyphenoxypropionic subtype with the greatest number of commercial variants chemically they are carboxylic acid s typically applied in an ester or salt form first introduced in these herbicides were in widespread use in agriculture by the middle of the s the best known phenoxy herbicides are mcpa western people thistle and rush control in grassland aug dichlorophenoxyacetic acid d and trichlorophenoxyacetic acid t t was later found to be inherently co...
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*  Base herbicide additives on label
... we have received numerous questions this spring regarding the use of herbicide spray additives intended to modify the characteristics of the carrier the supposed advantage of these carriers is that they reduce degradation of the herbicide within the spray tank therefore improving performance and possibly allowing a reduction in herbicide rates at least two types of products are being promoted additives that reduce the ph of water and oils that are used to encapsulate herbicides prior to mixing with water many water sources in iowa are alkaline ph but the range of alkalinity found does not affect herbicide degradation compatibility or performance spending money to neutralize or acidify water is a poor investment encapsulation of herbicides in vegetable oils is promoted as a method of protecting herbicides from factors that interfere with performance considerable research has shown no benefit other than for the traditional uses with postemergence herbicides to the use of oils as herbicides carriers encapsu...
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*  Authority Assist - Herbicides - Soybeans - Small-Seeded Broadleaf Weeds and Grasses - FMC
... FMC.com. FMC. Soybeans. Herbicides. Labels SDS. Overlap System. Weed Management Stewardship. Herbicides. Authority Assist. Authority First. I am interested in learning more about Authority Assist and FMC related services, products and offers. Apply Authority Assist herbicide with Grass Assist as your foundation herbicide. It lowers the hammer on glyphosate-tolerant summer weeds like lambsquarters, pigweed, nightshade and kochia, as well as suppresses foxtail, fall panicum, nutsedges and other invasive grasses. Growers and retailers talk about using Authority Assist in corn and soybean fields. An untreated check of soybeans shows velvetleaf, foxtail, waterhemp and lambsquarters, compared to a clean field treated with Authority Assist applied post with no glyphosate. Hear what Authority preemergence herbicides mean to Greg Nuttleman of Stromsburg, NE. Greg Nuttleman of Stromsburg, NE explains how Authority Assist herbicide saves money and gives him more time with family. For Joe Thilgis, a grower and retai...
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*  Herbicide safener
... s are molecules used in combination with herbicide s to make them safer that is to reduce the effect of the herbicide on crop plants and to improve selectivity between crop plants vs weed species being targeted by the herbicide herbicide safeners can be used to pretreat crop seeds prior to planting or they can be sprayed on plants as a mixture with the herbicide references category herbicides...
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*  Herbicide Damage to Plants
... Home Support the Garden Members Shop Volunteer Jobs Media Contact. Hours & Admission. Gardens & Gardening. Sustainable Gardening. Gardening in St. Community Gardening. Plant Conservation. Plant Conservation. About Plant Conservation. Conservation Staff. Plant Science. Plant Science. About Plant Science. Gardens & Gardening > Your Garden > Help for the Home Gardener > Advice, Tips & Resources > Pests and problems > Environmental > Herbicide. More commonly, a circumstantial case is made after a thorough examination of the damaged plant s, surrounding plants, the pattern of damage, the likelihood of damage occurring given the suspected point of herbicide application, and the history of the symptoms. General symptoms can include one or more of the following symptoms: curling or cupped leaves, stunted growth, discolored leaves, or leaves with dead spots. Recovery of plants damaged by herbicides is dependent upon many factors including amount of initial damage incurred as well as what herbicide caused the dama...
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*  .. Posts Tagged ‘herbicide injury’ .. Herbicide Carryover Concerns from Dry Weather .. Herbicid
Posts Tagged ‘herbicide injury’. Herbicide Carryover Concerns from Dry Weather Thursday, July 21st, 2011. Mark VanGessel, Extension Weed Specialist ; mjv@udel.edu. The lack of rain this summer could impact herbicide carryover in dryland fields. Most herbicides require moisture to degrade in the soil water needed for both microbial and chemical breakdown. Last summer was dry and we observed herbicide carryover from a summer application in fall planted small grains. Be sure to read the labels of products applied this summer and evaluate the carryover potential. Tags: 19:18, herbicide injury Posted in Uncategorized. Comments Off. Herbicide Rotation Restrictions Friday, March 11th, 2011. Mark VanGessel, Extension Weed Specialist ; mjv@udel.edu. Herbicide rotational restrictions or guidelines are based on two criteria; regulatory and biological. Maximum residue levels are determined based on a range of tests and studies. Residue levels are determined to ensure that they are below a level that could cause an effect...
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*  Grain growers: don't cut herbicide rates!
Grain growers: don t cut herbicide rates. Grain growers: don t cut herbicide rates. Earlier this year while visiting the United States, he granted an interview with Delta Farm Press http://deltafarmpress.com/mag/farming us become resistance/index.html. In the interview, Powles explained why he believes the United States will soon become the world's leader in weed resistance. Australian grain growers are acutely aware that they need to keep their costs well under control in the cropping systems we know and love. Despite herbicides being one of the major costs incurred in Australian cropping, not all in our industry will be aware that herbicide costs in Australia are the lowest that prevail in any developed nation. As one of many examples, the recommended rate for the well-known herbicide diclofop Hoelon, Illoxan, Hoe-Grass for ryegrass control in the United States is double that recommended for ryegrass control in Australia. It is important for all in the Australian grain industry to realize that we use herbic...
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*  .. Monsanto’s Best-Selling Herbicide Roundup Linked to Infertility .. Monsanto’s Best-Sel
News of the moment, World of the Strange – Weird Science Monsanto’s Best-Selling Herbicide Roundup Linked to Infertility. Monsanto’s Best-Selling Herbicide Roundup Linked to Infertility. January 25, 2012. A recent study has found that Monsanto’s Roundup pesticide may be responsible for causing infertility. Researchers tested roundup on mature male rats at a concentration range between 1 and 10,000 parts per million ppm, and found that within 1 to 48 hours of exposure, testicular cells of the mature rats were either damaged  or killed . According to the study, even at a concentration of 1 ppm, the Roundup was able to affect the test subjects by decreasing their testosterone concentrations by as much as 35%. Roundup, being a glyphosate-based herbicide is also known to have endocrine disrupting properties. Monsanto’s Best-Selling Herbicide Roundup Linked to Infertility. Much like BPA, glyphosate-based herbicides have the ability to interfere with the natural hormonal balance in the human body, ther...
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*  Pesticide & Herbicide Application [Archive] - Page 16 - LawnSite.com™ - Lawn Care & Landscaping Bus
8ea6. Pesticide Herbicide Application - Page 16 - LawnSite.com™ - Lawn Care & Landscaping Business Forum, Discuss News & Reviews. LawnSite.com™ - Lawn Care & Landscaping Business Forum, Discuss News & Reviews. Pesticides, Herbicides, Fertilizer, Organic, Renovation, Etc. Pesticide Herbicide Application. PDA. View Full Version : Pesticide Herbicide Application. Pages : 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88. spreader. Quicker Grow for Carpetgrass. To buy, or not to buy. St Augustine and Red Thread. safer weed control??. Help with dying shrubs. Permagreen, real deal or bad deal. Chest Spreaders. Liquid Iron...Ferromac or Lesco. Northern Tools 200 Gal Sprayer. Tuperson??. Controlling Yellow Jackets. bermuda athletic field overseed. St. Augustine. using a weed burner to get rid of unwanted plants. pine a...
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*  Should UAN and residual herbicides be in a tank mix? | Ag Professional
Should UAN and residual herbicides be in a tank mix. Twitter Link. Instagram Link. Facebook Link. Twitter Link. Instagram Link. Corn. Should UAN and residual herbicides be in a tank mix. One potential concern is the application of urea ammonium nitrate UAN and residual herbicides in a tank mix. Due to wet soil conditions, many corn growers were not able to apply residual, pre-emergence herbicides after corn planting but before corn emerged; however, several residual herbicides labeled in corn can be applied after corn emergence See this CropWatch article. Two important factors to consider when addressing weed control with residual herbicides applied after corn emergence are:. Applying herbicides and UAN at the same time in a tank mix for corn may seem like a good way to save time and a trip across the field; however, this enhances the foliar activity of herbicides and may result in significant foliar damage to young corn plants. Several residual herbicides such as Degree Extra, Harness Extra, Keystone, and Tr...
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*  Ask Extension - How to Control Osage-Orange (Hedge) (Forestry Herbicides)
Ask Extension - How to Control Osage-Orange Hedge Forestry Herbicides. . All About Black Walnut. All About Oak. Careers in Forestry. Forest & Tree Health. Forest Land Taxation. Forest Management. Forestry Herbicides. General Questions. Pruning. Selling/Removing Yard Trees. Timber Harvesting & Marketing. Timber Trespass. Tree Identification. Tree Planting. Windbreaks. View Messages Return to Forestry Herbicides [ Post a Follow Up ] [Post to this category]. How to Control Osage-Orange Hedge From: Larry Baer City: Peoria, IL. I have about 30 acres that used to be cattle pasture..... - 30 years ago. It has about 800 hedge trees on it from saplings to monsterous trees. I want to khow what the best way to kill a few of these would be. Right now I'm using them for fence posts but they grow back which is good for more fence posts but I would rather have hardwoods than them. Thanks. Extension Message. From: Jay Hayek Extension Specialist, Forestry Natural Resources & Environmental Sciences jhayek@illinois.edu. Larry, ...
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*  Drought Carryover for 2013 | Consider Each Field's Risks for Herbicide, Nutrient Carryover | Crop Ch
Drought Carryover for 2013. Consider Each Field's Risks for Herbicide, Nutrient Carryover. Crop Chemicals content from Corn and Soybean Digest. Corn and Soybean Digest. Search:. Home Conservation Corn Crop Chemicals Equipment Fertilizer Issues Marketing Precision Ag Seed Soybeans Tillage Sustainability. Advertisement. Home > Crop Chemicals > Drought Carryover for 2013. Consider Each Field s Risks for Herbicide, Nutrient Carryover. Drought Carryover for 2013. Consider Each Field s Risks for Herbicide, Nutrient Carryover. Corn+Soybean Digest. Herbicide Carryover. Advertisement. HERBICIDE RISKS. If you remember Scepter herbicide damaging corn in 1989 following application to soybeans in the drought year of 1988, you know dry soil can cause some herbicides to linger into next season. Owen reports that only a few of the herbicide active ingredients for corn and soybeans have characteristics that could lead to carryover in 2013. Corn Soybean Digest spoke with Jeff Carpenter, DuPont Crop Protection corn port...
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*  Weather affects herbicide action - The Western Producer
... The Western Producer. Sections Site links Search for:. Classifieds Subscriptions Digital editions Contest Contact All articles News Crops Livestock Markets Weather Farm Living Opinion Blogs Video WP Twitter Election 2015 Home /. News / Weather affects herbicide action. Weather affects herbicide action Posted Jun. 8th, 2000 by. Saskatchewan Agriculture. Stressful weather conditions can affect herbicide performance. If the plant systems targeted by the herbicide are not functioning properly due to stress temperatures that are too hot or too cold, moisture levels that are too high or too low, or extreme events such as frost, hail or severe winds the herbicide effectiveness may not be up to expectations, says Clark Brenzil, weed control specialist for Saskatchewan Agriculture. It is warm enough to spray when daytime high temperatures are near 20 C. For best results, night temperatures should be at least 10 C. It shouldn t be too hot, either daytime high temperatures should be less than 30 C. For good weed co...
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*  Weather affects herbicide action - The Western Producer
... The Western Producer. Sections Site links Search for:. Classifieds Subscriptions Digital editions Contest Contact All articles News Crops Livestock Markets Weather Farm Living Opinion Blogs Video WP Twitter Election 2015 Home /. News / Weather affects herbicide action. Weather affects herbicide action Posted Jun. 8th, 2000 by. Saskatchewan Agriculture. Stressful weather conditions can affect herbicide performance. If the plant systems targeted by the herbicide are not functioning properly due to stress temperatures that are too hot or too cold, moisture levels that are too high or too low, or extreme events such as frost, hail or severe winds the herbicide effectiveness may not be up to expectations, says Clark Brenzil, weed control specialist for Saskatchewan Agriculture. It is warm enough to spray when daytime high temperatures are near 20 C. For best results, night temperatures should be at least 10 C. It shouldn t be too hot, either daytime high temperatures should be less than 30 C. For good weed co...
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*  Weather affects herbicide action - The Western Producer
... The Western Producer. Sections Site links Search for:. Classifieds Subscriptions Digital editions Contest Contact All articles News Crops Livestock Markets Weather Farm Living Opinion Blogs Video WP Twitter Election 2015 Home /. News / Weather affects herbicide action. Weather affects herbicide action Posted Jun. 8th, 2000 by. Saskatchewan Agriculture. Stressful weather conditions can affect herbicide performance. If the plant systems targeted by the herbicide are not functioning properly due to stress temperatures that are too hot or too cold, moisture levels that are too high or too low, or extreme events such as frost, hail or severe winds the herbicide effectiveness may not be up to expectations, says Clark Brenzil, weed control specialist for Saskatchewan Agriculture. It is warm enough to spray when daytime high temperatures are near 20 C. For best results, night temperatures should be at least 10 C. It shouldn t be too hot, either daytime high temperatures should be less than 30 C. For good weed co...
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*  Weather affects herbicide action - The Western Producer
... The Western Producer. Sections Site links Search for:. Classifieds Subscriptions Digital editions Contest Contact All articles News Crops Livestock Markets Weather Farm Living Opinion Blogs Video WP Twitter Election 2015 Home /. News / Weather affects herbicide action. Weather affects herbicide action Posted Jun. 8th, 2000 by. Saskatchewan Agriculture. Stressful weather conditions can affect herbicide performance. If the plant systems targeted by the herbicide are not functioning properly due to stress temperatures that are too hot or too cold, moisture levels that are too high or too low, or extreme events such as frost, hail or severe winds the herbicide effectiveness may not be up to expectations, says Clark Brenzil, weed control specialist for Saskatchewan Agriculture. It is warm enough to spray when daytime high temperatures are near 20 C. For best results, night temperatures should be at least 10 C. It shouldn t be too hot, either daytime high temperatures should be less than 30 C. For good weed co...
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*  Weather affects herbicide action - The Western Producer
... The Western Producer. Sections Site links Search for:. Classifieds Subscriptions Digital editions Contest Contact All articles News Crops Livestock Markets Weather Farm Living Opinion Blogs Video WP Twitter Election 2015 Home /. News / Weather affects herbicide action. Weather affects herbicide action Posted Jun. 8th, 2000 by. Saskatchewan Agriculture. Stressful weather conditions can affect herbicide performance. If the plant systems targeted by the herbicide are not functioning properly due to stress temperatures that are too hot or too cold, moisture levels that are too high or too low, or extreme events such as frost, hail or severe winds the herbicide effectiveness may not be up to expectations, says Clark Brenzil, weed control specialist for Saskatchewan Agriculture. It is warm enough to spray when daytime high temperatures are near 20 C. For best results, night temperatures should be at least 10 C. It shouldn t be too hot, either daytime high temperatures should be less than 30 C. For good weed co...
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*  Weather affects herbicide action - The Western Producer
... The Western Producer. Sections Site links Search for:. Classifieds Subscriptions Digital editions Contest Contact All articles News Crops Livestock Markets Weather Farm Living Opinion Blogs Video WP Twitter Election 2015 Home /. News / Weather affects herbicide action. Weather affects herbicide action Posted Jun. 8th, 2000 by. Saskatchewan Agriculture. Stressful weather conditions can affect herbicide performance. If the plant systems targeted by the herbicide are not functioning properly due to stress temperatures that are too hot or too cold, moisture levels that are too high or too low, or extreme events such as frost, hail or severe winds the herbicide effectiveness may not be up to expectations, says Clark Brenzil, weed control specialist for Saskatchewan Agriculture. It is warm enough to spray when daytime high temperatures are near 20 C. For best results, night temperatures should be at least 10 C. It shouldn t be too hot, either daytime high temperatures should be less than 30 C. For good weed co...
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*  Weather affects herbicide action - The Western Producer
... The Western Producer. Sections Site links Search for:. Classifieds Subscriptions Digital editions Contest Contact All articles News Crops Livestock Markets Weather Farm Living Opinion Blogs Video WP Twitter Election 2015 Home /. News / Weather affects herbicide action. Weather affects herbicide action Posted Jun. 8th, 2000 by. Saskatchewan Agriculture. Stressful weather conditions can affect herbicide performance. If the plant systems targeted by the herbicide are not functioning properly due to stress temperatures that are too hot or too cold, moisture levels that are too high or too low, or extreme events such as frost, hail or severe winds the herbicide effectiveness may not be up to expectations, says Clark Brenzil, weed control specialist for Saskatchewan Agriculture. It is warm enough to spray when daytime high temperatures are near 20 C. For best results, night temperatures should be at least 10 C. It shouldn t be too hot, either daytime high temperatures should be less than 30 C. For good weed co...
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*  Weather affects herbicide action - The Western Producer
... The Western Producer. Sections Site links Search for:. Classifieds Subscriptions Digital editions Contest Contact All articles News Crops Livestock Markets Weather Farm Living Opinion Blogs Video WP Twitter Election 2015 Home /. News / Weather affects herbicide action. Weather affects herbicide action Posted Jun. 8th, 2000 by. Saskatchewan Agriculture. Stressful weather conditions can affect herbicide performance. If the plant systems targeted by the herbicide are not functioning properly due to stress temperatures that are too hot or too cold, moisture levels that are too high or too low, or extreme events such as frost, hail or severe winds the herbicide effectiveness may not be up to expectations, says Clark Brenzil, weed control specialist for Saskatchewan Agriculture. It is warm enough to spray when daytime high temperatures are near 20 C. For best results, night temperatures should be at least 10 C. It shouldn t be too hot, either daytime high temperatures should be less than 30 C. For good weed co...
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*  Weather affects herbicide action - The Western Producer
... The Western Producer. Sections Site links Search for:. Classifieds Subscriptions Digital editions Contest Contact All articles News Crops Livestock Markets Weather Farm Living Opinion Blogs Video WP Twitter Election 2015 Home /. News / Weather affects herbicide action. Weather affects herbicide action Posted Jun. 8th, 2000 by. Saskatchewan Agriculture. Stressful weather conditions can affect herbicide performance. If the plant systems targeted by the herbicide are not functioning properly due to stress temperatures that are too hot or too cold, moisture levels that are too high or too low, or extreme events such as frost, hail or severe winds the herbicide effectiveness may not be up to expectations, says Clark Brenzil, weed control specialist for Saskatchewan Agriculture. It is warm enough to spray when daytime high temperatures are near 20 C. For best results, night temperatures should be at least 10 C. It shouldn t be too hot, either daytime high temperatures should be less than 30 C. For good weed co...
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*  Weather affects herbicide action - The Western Producer
... The Western Producer. Sections Site links Search for:. Classifieds Subscriptions Digital editions Contest Contact All articles News Crops Livestock Markets Weather Farm Living Opinion Blogs Video WP Twitter Election 2015 Home /. News / Weather affects herbicide action. Weather affects herbicide action Posted Jun. 8th, 2000 by. Saskatchewan Agriculture. Stressful weather conditions can affect herbicide performance. If the plant systems targeted by the herbicide are not functioning properly due to stress temperatures that are too hot or too cold, moisture levels that are too high or too low, or extreme events such as frost, hail or severe winds the herbicide effectiveness may not be up to expectations, says Clark Brenzil, weed control specialist for Saskatchewan Agriculture. It is warm enough to spray when daytime high temperatures are near 20 C. For best results, night temperatures should be at least 10 C. It shouldn t be too hot, either daytime high temperatures should be less than 30 C. For good weed co...
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*  Weather affects herbicide action - The Western Producer
... The Western Producer. Sections Site links Search for:. Classifieds Subscriptions Digital editions Contest Contact All articles News Crops Livestock Markets Weather Farm Living Opinion Blogs Video WP Twitter Election 2015 Home /. News / Weather affects herbicide action. Weather affects herbicide action Posted Jun. 8th, 2000 by. Saskatchewan Agriculture. Stressful weather conditions can affect herbicide performance. If the plant systems targeted by the herbicide are not functioning properly due to stress temperatures that are too hot or too cold, moisture levels that are too high or too low, or extreme events such as frost, hail or severe winds the herbicide effectiveness may not be up to expectations, says Clark Brenzil, weed control specialist for Saskatchewan Agriculture. It is warm enough to spray when daytime high temperatures are near 20 C. For best results, night temperatures should be at least 10 C. It shouldn t be too hot, either daytime high temperatures should be less than 30 C. For good weed co...
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*  Weather affects herbicide action - The Western Producer
... The Western Producer. Sections Site links Search for:. Classifieds Subscriptions Digital editions Contest Contact All articles News Crops Livestock Markets Weather Farm Living Opinion Blogs Video WP Twitter Election 2015 Home /. News / Weather affects herbicide action. Weather affects herbicide action Posted Jun. 8th, 2000 by. Saskatchewan Agriculture. Stressful weather conditions can affect herbicide performance. If the plant systems targeted by the herbicide are not functioning properly due to stress temperatures that are too hot or too cold, moisture levels that are too high or too low, or extreme events such as frost, hail or severe winds the herbicide effectiveness may not be up to expectations, says Clark Brenzil, weed control specialist for Saskatchewan Agriculture. It is warm enough to spray when daytime high temperatures are near 20 C. For best results, night temperatures should be at least 10 C. It shouldn t be too hot, either daytime high temperatures should be less than 30 C. For good weed co...
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*  Weather affects herbicide action - The Western Producer
... The Western Producer. Sections Site links Search for:. Classifieds Subscriptions Digital editions Contest Contact All articles News Crops Livestock Markets Weather Farm Living Opinion Blogs Video WP Twitter Election 2015 Home /. News / Weather affects herbicide action. Weather affects herbicide action Posted Jun. 8th, 2000 by. Saskatchewan Agriculture. Stressful weather conditions can affect herbicide performance. If the plant systems targeted by the herbicide are not functioning properly due to stress temperatures that are too hot or too cold, moisture levels that are too high or too low, or extreme events such as frost, hail or severe winds the herbicide effectiveness may not be up to expectations, says Clark Brenzil, weed control specialist for Saskatchewan Agriculture. It is warm enough to spray when daytime high temperatures are near 20 C. For best results, night temperatures should be at least 10 C. It shouldn t be too hot, either daytime high temperatures should be less than 30 C. For good weed co...
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*  Weather affects herbicide action - The Western Producer
... The Western Producer. Sections Site links Search for:. Classifieds Subscriptions Digital editions Contest Contact All articles News Crops Livestock Markets Weather Farm Living Opinion Blogs Video WP Twitter Election 2015 Home /. News / Weather affects herbicide action. Weather affects herbicide action Posted Jun. 8th, 2000 by. Saskatchewan Agriculture. Stressful weather conditions can affect herbicide performance. If the plant systems targeted by the herbicide are not functioning properly due to stress temperatures that are too hot or too cold, moisture levels that are too high or too low, or extreme events such as frost, hail or severe winds the herbicide effectiveness may not be up to expectations, says Clark Brenzil, weed control specialist for Saskatchewan Agriculture. It is warm enough to spray when daytime high temperatures are near 20 C. For best results, night temperatures should be at least 10 C. It shouldn t be too hot, either daytime high temperatures should be less than 30 C. For good weed co...
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*  Weather affects herbicide action - The Western Producer
... The Western Producer. Sections Site links Search for:. Classifieds Subscriptions Digital editions Contest Contact All articles News Crops Livestock Markets Weather Farm Living Opinion Blogs Video WP Twitter Election 2015 Home /. News / Weather affects herbicide action. Weather affects herbicide action Posted Jun. 8th, 2000 by. Saskatchewan Agriculture. Stressful weather conditions can affect herbicide performance. If the plant systems targeted by the herbicide are not functioning properly due to stress temperatures that are too hot or too cold, moisture levels that are too high or too low, or extreme events such as frost, hail or severe winds the herbicide effectiveness may not be up to expectations, says Clark Brenzil, weed control specialist for Saskatchewan Agriculture. It is warm enough to spray when daytime high temperatures are near 20 C. For best results, night temperatures should be at least 10 C. It shouldn t be too hot, either daytime high temperatures should be less than 30 C. For good weed co...
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*  ARS | Publication request: Herbicide and pharmaceutical relationships ARS : Research
Publication request: Herbicide and pharmaceutical relationships ARS : Research. ARS Office of International Research Programs. An example of the first case is compounds that target plant acetyl-CoA carboxylases, inhibiting inhibit fatty acid synthesis, and similar compounds used in humans as anti-inflammatory agents. Another such example is the triketone class of compounds that can act both as herbicides and as treatments for the genetic disease tyrosinaemia, targeting the same enzyme in both cases. Examples of the second case are the relatively large number of herbicides that have activity against the malaria protozoan Plasmodium spp. Herbicides, such as dinitroanilines, are active against several protozoan parasites by the same mechanism by which they kill plants, interaction with tubulin to halt cell division and other tubulin-dependent processes. These and other multiple activities of various herbicides and herbicide classes provide perspective on the broad biological activity of herbicides and related co...
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*  Waterhemp Survives Postemergence Herbicide Applications in Soybeans
... print. close. Waterhemp Survives Postemergence Herbicide Applications in Soybeans. Source: University of Illinois Extension. Thu, 2011-06-30 12:16. A discouraging number of waterhemp plants have survived applications of postemergence herbicides throughout the state, says University of Illinois Extension Weed Specialist Aaron Hager. "During the past 10 days, we have experienced an increasing number of calls and inquiries describing a 'noticeable' percentage of plants surviving applications of glyphosate at rates ranging from 0.75 to 1.5 lb. acid equivalent ae /acre in soybean," Hager says. "Many have indicated that within approximately seven to 10 days after glyphosate was applied, it became obvious the plants would survive.". Hager says in some cases the cause of plant survival could be attributable to an application rate too low for the size of plants present, precipitation that occurred soon after the application or poor coverage of the target vegetation. In other instances, the best explanation appear...
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*  Zidua herbicide receives federal registration for wheat | Ag Professional
Zidua herbicide receives federal registration for wheat. Ag Professional. Quotes + Weather. Crop Fertility Honeywell White Paper Corn Precision Ag Soybeans Strip-tillage Wheat Seeds. AgPro University. Fertilizer Mixing Blending Toolbars Pulltype Applicators Facilities Storage including Tanks Precision Tools Software Pumps Nozzles Tenders, Trucks Trailers Seed Handling Storage Fertilizer Material Handling. Webinars Facebook Link. Twitter Link. Instagram Link. RSS Index Link. Menu. Ag Professional. Facebook Link. Twitter Link. Instagram Link. RSS Index Link. Connect with us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. News Honeywell White Paper Subscribe AgPro University - Nufarm. Zidua herbicide receives federal registration for wheat. BASF announced that Zidua herbicide has received federal registration from the U.S. Zidua herbicide provides wheat growers with a powerful tool to fight tough to control weeds like Italian ryegrass, annual bluegrass and canarygrass. In addition, Zidua herbicide suppresses many broadleaf ...
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*  'Superweeds' linked to rising herbicide use in GM crops
... October 2, 2012 in Biology / Ecology A study published this week by Washington State University research professor Charles Benbrook finds that the use of herbicides in the production of three genetically modified herbicide-tolerant crops—cotton, soybeans and corn—has actually increased. Benbrook's analysis is the first peer-reviewed, published estimate of the impacts of genetically engineered GE herbicide-resistant HT crops on pesticide use. In the study, which appeared in the the open-access, peer-reviewed journal Environmental Sciences Europe, Benbrook writes that the emergence and spread of glyphosate-resistant weeds is strongly correlated with the upward trajectory in herbicide use. Approximately 95 percent of soybean and cotton acres, and over 85 percent of corn, are planted to varieties genetically modified to be herbicide resistant. The annual increase in the herbicides required to deal with tougher-to-control weeds on cropland planted to GE cultivars has grown from 1.5 million pounds in 1999 to a...
http://phys.org/print268389514.html
*  Herbicides - Iowawhitetail forums
... . Iowawhitetail forums. Whitetail Conference. Whitetail Management. Dbltree's corner. Herbicides. User Name. Remember Me. Password. Blogs FAQ Members List IW Links IW Photo Gallery. PMA Big Buck Contest PMA Membership Detail Search Today's Posts Mark Forums Read. Hunting Land 4-Sale. Sponsors. Lick Creek Enterprises. Feeder Information Blind Information. Page 1 of 15 1. 2. 3. 11. Last. Thread Tools Display Modes. 12-31-2006, 04:39 PM # 1. dbltree Moderator. Join Date: Sep 2002 Location: SE Iowa Posts: 9,451. Herbicides This thread is meant to be general information about herbicides commonly used to establish and maintain food plots, NWSG and tree plantings. It contains a list that we can add too if anyone comes up with alternatives which may work better/cheaper etc. Some herbicides are listed as RUP restricted use pesticides which means you must have a pesticide applicators license to purchase not necessarily to apply them. The most common RUP is Atrazine, which is restricted federally nationwide, while ...
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*  Chlorophenoxy herbicide
... s are a class of herbicide which includes mcpa t and mecoprop large amounts have been produced since the s for agriculture acute toxic effects after oral consumption are varied and may include vomiting abdominal pain diarrhoea gastrointestinal haemorrhage acutely followed by coma hypertonia hyperreflexia ataxia nystagmus miosis hallucinations and convulsions treatment with urinary alkalinization may be helpful but evidence to support this practice is limited see also health effects of pesticides references category herbicides...
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*  Cheminova adds sulfo... | Herbicides | Agriculture
Herbicides. Machinery Insider. Crops news Livestock news Policy news Business news Technology news Markets. Markets Analysis Your World In Agriculture Markets Newswire Commodity Prices Weather. Crops. Corn Soybeans Wheat Cotton Other Crops Organic Farming Fertilizers Pesticides Grain storage Tillage Renewable Energy Crop Tech Corn High Yield Team Cover Crops Agronomy Insider. Farm Management. Markets Crops Machinery Livestock Farm Management Family and Farm Safety Weather Products Successful Farming. Successful Farming editors Farm Business Farm Production Farm Family Machinery Show. Home / Crops / Pesticides / Herbicides / Cheminova adds sulfonylurea herbicides. Cheminova adds sulfonylurea herbicides. Agriculture.com Staff 10/04/2015 @ 2:34am. Both sulfonylurea herbicides offer selective postemergence weed control in cereal crops. Accurate Extra controls more than 70 broadleaf weeds including tough ones like wild buckwheat, henbit, Russian thistle and tansy mustard." Harass herbicide, with thifensulfuron as ...
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*  Video: Weed resistance management in three steps | Herbicides content from Farm Industry News
Video: Weed resistance management in three steps. Herbicides content from Farm Industry News. Skip to Navigation Skip to Content Farm Industry News. Register Log In. Home Crop Protection. Herbicides Fungicides Insecticides Fertilizer Seed Treatments. Farm Equipment. Precision Farming. Tractors. Utility Tractors Row Crop Tractors Four-Wheel-Drive Tractors. Shop/Office. Farm Vehicles. Home > Crop Protection > Herbicides > Weed resistance management in three steps Weed resistance management in three steps Mar 6, 2012. RSS EMAIL. Rodney Schmidt, Midwest row-crop manager for Bayer CropScience, explains the three major steps he recommends for managing weed resistance, a hot topic at Commodity Classic 2012. 10 herbicides for 2015. Zidua herbicide for use on corn helps battle herbicide-resistant. How to control resistant weeds in your field. Nebraska farmer sees Enlist weed control program as future option. New products from FMC for corn rootworm and weed resistance. Enlist Ahead program from Dow AgroScie...
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*  Herbicide runoff reduced to Great Barrier Reef
... Earth. October 16, 2013 Herbicide runoff reduced to Great Barrier Reef October 16, 2013. Phys.org —An innovative new approach to sugarcane plantation weed management trialled in select Great Barrier Reef GBR catchments has shown a 90 per cent reduction in runoff of highly soluble herbicides into waterways. Many of the herbicides used in the region are PSII herbicides that are known to negatively impact reef ecosystems. "The conventional application of herbicides in furrow-irrigated sugarcane production is to broadcast spray across the whole field using boom sprayers, which applies herbicides to both beds and furrows. "Given the importance of improving GBR water quality additional testing and demonstration of these technologies across different soil types, farming systems - and possibly with different combinations of chemicals - would provide valuable additional testing of the approach from an industry perspective." "These trial results are extremely encouraging, and clearly demonstrate that the use of pr...
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*  Crop preservers | Herbicides content from Farm Industry News
Crop preservers. Herbicides content from Farm Industry News. Farm Industry News. Home Crop Protection. Herbicides Fungicides Insecticides Fertilizer Seed Treatments. Advertisement. Home > Crop Protection > Herbicides > Crop preservers. Crop preservers. Farm Industry News. Advertisement. Here are new herbicides, fungicides and seed protection products for this year's growing season. BASF introduces a new active ingredient, Kixor herbicide technology, which will be available in several new formulations this year. Sharpen herbicide, which includes the new Kixor herbicide technology, can be applied prior to planting corn, small grains, grain sorghum and soybeans to control emerged broadleaf weeds. OpTill herbicide combines Kixor herbicide technology and Pursuit imazethapyr offering burndown plus residual weed control in soybeans when applied preplant through preemergence. Integrity herbicide combines Kixor herbicide technology with Outlook dimethenamid for preplant or preemergence control of annual br...
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*  Roundup Precautions | Garden Guides
Roundup Precautions. Garden Guides. go to my profile All Articles Videos Plants Recipes Members. Plants. About Plants. Annual Plants Flowers. Perennial Plants Flowers. Biennial Plants Flowers. Vegetables. Fruits Vegetables. Other Plants. Gardens by Season. Animal Control. Weeds. Weed Control. Organic Gardening. Organic Gardening Tips. Organic Gardening Troubleshooting. Gardening Calendar. Off Season. Gardening. Weed Control. Herbicides. Roundup Precautions. Roundup Precautions Comments. Introduced in 1974, Monsanto's Roundup herbicide is a non-selective, wide spectrum formula that uses the active ingredient glyphosate to decimate weeds in fields, gardens, flowerbeds and yards. Application Do not allow Roundup to come in contact with the foliage, stems, roots or fruit of plants you want to keep. This and other herbicides are not selective and will decimate whatever plant they touch. Animal and Pet Safety While Roundup is considered nontoxic to animals, all caution should be taken to ensure that animals do not ...
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*  Time Dependent Toxicity Assessment of Herbicide Contaminated Soil Using the Green Alga Selenastrum c
... apricornutum. Products and Services / Standards & Publications / Symposia Papers & STPs. You are being redirected because this document is part of your ASTM Compass subscription. This document is part of your ASTM Compass subscription. Stay on Page Continue to Compass. STP1091 Time-Dependent Toxicity Assessment of Herbicide Contaminated Soil Using the Green Alga Selenastrum capricornutum Published: Jan 1990.   Format Pages Price  . PDF 20 $ 25   ADD TO CART. Complete Source PDF 7.3M 20 $96   ADD TO CART. Source: STP1091-EB ASTM License Agreement. Abstract Bioassays utilizing the green alga Selenastrum capricornutum were performed on filtered eluates from soil treated with six commonly used forestry herbicides applied at labelrecommended rates. The bioassays were conducted at three time periods after herbicide application one hour, five days, and ten days. The 96-h EC 50 values indicated growth inhibition relative to control sample for all treatments when assayed 1 h after herbicide applica...
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*  Sharpen herbicide re... | Rice | Agriculture
Sharpen herbicide re... Machinery Insider. News. Crops news Livestock news Policy news Business news Technology news Markets. Markets Analysis Your World In Agriculture Markets Newswire Commodity Prices Weather. Crops. Corn Soybeans Wheat Cotton Other Crops Organic Farming Fertilizers Pesticides Grain storage Tillage Renewable Energy Crop Tech Corn High Yield Team Cover Crops Agronomy Insider. Marketing Farm Business Production Machinery Technology People & Rural Life Blogs Views Videos. Markets Crops Machinery Livestock Farm Management Family and Farm Safety Weather Products Successful Farming. Successful Farming editors Farm Business Farm Production Farm Family Machinery Show. Home / Crops / Other Crops / Rice / Herbicide Receives Federal Registration for Pre- and Postemergence Applications. Herbicide Receives Federal Registration for Pre- and Postemergence Applications Kacey Birchmier Updated: 03/26/2014 @ 5:17pm I grew up on a fourth-generation farm in central Iowa. Environmental Protection Agency EPA fed...
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*  Weather affects herbicide action - The Western Producer
... Classifieds Subscriptions Digital editions Contest Contact All articles News Crops Livestock Markets Weather Farm Living Opinion Blogs Video WP Twitter Election 2015 Home /. News / Weather affects herbicide action. Saskatchewan Agriculture. Stressful weather conditions can affect herbicide performance. If the plant systems targeted by the herbicide are not functioning properly due to stress temperatures that are too hot or too cold, moisture levels that are too high or too low, or extreme events such as frost, hail or severe winds the herbicide effectiveness may not be up to expectations, says Clark Brenzil, weed control specialist for Saskatchewan Agriculture. For good weed control and crop tolerance, herbicides rely on plants functioning at their optimum, he said. After waiting for 24 to 48 hours after the frost, producers should check the crop and weeds for symptoms of frost damage, which is a watery, blackened or brown appearance. Weather extremes also affect the soil and, in turn, the plant and its ...
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*  Darien Roundup: NYC Catholic School Dean Charged With Heroin Possession In Wilton
Darien Roundup. Darien Roundup. Newer Post. Darien Roundup's Newsreel. The Darien Roundup News Archive. Members-- 3-year term Victor Capellupo, Chair R Exp: 6/30/2010 Charles Deluca D Exp. Atlantic County Roundup Bergen County Roundup Burlington County Roundup Camden County Roundup Cape May County Roundup Cumberland County Roundup Essex County Roundup Gloucester County Roundup Hudson County Roundup Hunterdon County Roundup Mercer County Roundup Middlesex County Roundup Monmouth County Roundup Morris County Roundup Ocean County Roundup Passaic County Roundup Salem County Roundup Somerset County Roundup Sussex County Roundup Union County Roundup Warren County Roundup. Box 1652Darien, CT 06820-1652203-655-0035 Executive Printing, Inc.1082 Post RoadDarien, CT 06820203-655-4691 Fabricare Cleaners312 Heights RdNoroton Heights PlazaDarien, CT 06820203-655-3381 Fairbanks Shop, Inc.1096 Post RoadDarien, CT 06820203-655-0404 http://www.fairbanksphoto.com/ Fairfield County Bank1899 Post RoadDarien, CT 06820203-656-2265 ...
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*  Control of yellow Himalayan raspberry (Rubus ellipticus Sm.) with cut stump herbicide treatments in
Control of yellow Himalayan raspberry Rubus ellipticus Sm. with cut stump herbicide treatments in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. My ScholarSpace. . Home. Search. Browse. By Author. By Subject. By Title. By Date. Communities Collections. Contact. eVols. UH System. UHM Library. Hamilton Library Homepage. Research Tools. Personal Services. About the Library. ScholarSpace Home → Pacific Cooperative Studies Unit → The PCSU and HPI-CESU Technical Reports 1974 - current → View Item. JavaScript is disabled for your browser. Some features of this site may not work without it. Show simple item record.  Item Description. dc.contributor.author. Santos, Gregory L. en US. dc.contributor.author. Cuddihy, Linda W. en US. dc.contributor.author. Stone, Charles P. en US. dc.date.accessioned. 2009-03-11T00:42:47Z. dc.date.available. 2009-03-11T00:42:47Z. dc.date.issued. 1991-09. en US. dc.identifier.citation. Santos GL, Cuddihy LW, Stone CP. 1991. Control of yellow Himalayan raspberry Rubus ellipticus Sm. with cut stump herbic...
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*  Preemergent herbicide
... s prevent the germination of seeds by inhibiting a key enzyme in some areas of the world they are used to prevent crabgrass from appearing in lawn s preemergent herbicide s are applied to lawns in the spring and fall to prevent the germination of weed seeds they will not affect any established plant in the spring they should be applied when air temperatures reach f for four consecutive days in the fall they should be applied when nighttime lows reach f for four consecutive nights weed and feed products which contain both preemergent herbicide and fertilizer in a single product should not be used on southern lawns or warm season grasses if applied when preemergent herbicide is needed the fertilizer may burn or stress the lawn if applied after the lawn green up weed seeds will have already germinated and the herbicide will be ineffective brands brand ingredient prevents notes barricade herbicide barricade prodiamine crabgrass dimension herbicide dimension dithiopyr crabgrass dimension dimethyl tetrachlorote...
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*  Resistant Disease Control | Aproach ® Prima Fungicide | DuPont USA
Resistant Disease Control. Aproach ® Prima Fungicide. Media Center. > Seed. > Food Protection. All Products & Services Categories Crop Protection Corn Protection Aproach® Prima Fungicide. Aproach® Prima: Resistant Disease Control, Better Grain Quality/Yield Potential. Aproach® Prima fungicide, with two modes of action, helps growers protect their genetic investment for increased grain quality and yield potential and supports resistant disease control in corn, soybeans and wheat. Field trials have shown that Aproach ® Prima is especially beneficial for yield protection and resistant disease control when used on these crops:. South and mid-South acres, where fungicide-resistant diseases such as frogeye leaf spot are prevalent Intensively managed fields planted with hybrids and varieties with significant yield potential Fields under heavy disease pressure due to previous history of disease, significant crop residue, irrigation or corn-on-corn rotation Seed production acres, which are often susceptible to disease...
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*  .. Lawn herbicides detected in dogs
By Deanna Conners in Blogs. Earth. Human World on Jun 25, 2013. Lawn herbicides detected in dogs. Homeowners often apply herbicides to their lawns to control weeds, but sometimes pets can be unintentionally exposed to those pesticides scientists say. Homeowners often apply herbicides to their lawns to control weeds, but sometimes pets can be unintentionally exposed to those pesticides scientists say. In a new study published in the July 1, 2013 issue of Science of The Total Environment, scientists found detectable levels of commonly used herbicides in the urine of dogs. At the very least, they recommend that homeowners follow label instructions and allow any pesticide residues to dry completely before allowing pets onto lawns that have been treated. Scientists from Purdue University and the University of North Carolina tested the urine of 25 dogs that lived in households where the homeowners applied herbicides to their lawns. They looked for and detected three commonly used herbicides 2,4-D, MCPP and dithiopy...
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*  Heavy use of herbicide Roundup linked to health dangers-U.S. study | Reuters
Heavy use of herbicide Roundup linked to health dangers-U.S. study Reuters. Reuters. United States. Top News. Business. Reuters Investigates. Top News. Business. Heavy use of herbicide Roundup linked to health dangers-U.S. study. * Study says chemical residues linked to disease. * Roundup developer Monsanto says glyphosate is safe. April 25 Reuters - Heavy use of the world's most popular herbicide, Roundup, could be linked to a range of health problems and diseases, including Parkinson's, infertility and cancers, according to a new study. The peer-reviewed report, published last week in the scientific journal Entropy, said evidence indicates that residues of "glyphosate," the chief ingredient in Roundup weed killer, which is sprayed over millions of acres of crops, has been found in food. Those residues enhance the damaging effects of other food-borne chemical residues and toxins in the environment to disrupt normal body functions and induce disease, according to the report, authored by Stephanie Seneff, a re...
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*  Impairment of cellulose- and cellobiose-degrading soil Bacteria by two acidic herbicides - Schellenb
Abstract. ARTICLE TOOLS Get PDF 474K Get PDF 474K. Abstract Article. References. Cited By Enhanced Article HTML. Get PDF 474K Get PDF 474K. Abstract. Abstract. References. Abstract. References. Herbicide concentrations of 2.4 mol g soil DW 1 were used in cellulose-supplemented microcosms. Cellobiose-supplemented slurries received a high Bentazon, 8.5 mol g soil DW 1 ; MCPA, 3.01 mol g soil DW 1 ; Fig. 1 or a low concentration bentazon, 0.08 mol g soil DW 1 ; MCPA, 0.02 mol g soil DW 1 ; Supporting Information, Fig. Degradation of supplemental cellulose in soil microcosms in the presence of herbicides at 2.4 mol g soil DW 1 i.e. Literature half-life times of herbicides Bentazon: 42 days; MCPA: 24 days, Environmental Protection Agency, USA were in same range or above. Degradation of glucose and supplemental cellobiose in soil slurries under high Bentazon: 8.5 mol g soil DW 1 or 2.0 g g soil DW 1 ; MCPA, 3.01 mol g soil DW 1 or 0.6 g g soil DW 1 herbicide concentrations. The toxic effect of Bentazon and MCPA on ...
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*  FACTORS AFFECTING HERBICIDE YIELDS IN THE CHESAPEAKE BAY WATERSHED, JUNE 1994 - Hainly - 2007 - JAWR
... A Journal of the American Water Resources Association - Wiley Online Library. JAWRA Journal of the American Water Resources Association. Vol 32 Issue 5. JOURNAL TOOLS Get New Content Alerts. JOURNAL MENU Journal Home FIND ISSUES Current Issue. All Issues FIND ARTICLES Early View. FACTORS AFFECTING HERBICIDE YIELDS IN THE CHESAPEAKE BAY WATERSHED, JUNE 1994 1. Hainly and Joan M. Article first published online: 8 JUN 2007 DOI: 10.1111/j.1752-1688.1996.tb04066.x. Issue. JAWRA Journal of the American Water Resources Association Volume 32, Issue 5, pages 965 984, October 1996. M 1996, FACTORS AFFECTING HERBICIDE YIELDS IN THE CHESAPEAKE BAY WATERSHED, JUNE 1994. JAWRA Journal of the American Water Resources Association, 32: 965 984. Publication History Issue published online: 8 JUN 2007 Article first published online: 8 JUN 2007. SEARCH Search Scope All content Publication titles In this journal In this issue. SEARCH BY CITATION Volume:. Issue:. ARTICLE TOOLS Get PDF 573K Get PDF 573K. Get Citation Alerts. Cit...
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*  Control Weeds in Mississippi Home Lawns
... Annuals are those weeds that produce seeds within 1 year after emergence. Those that emerge in the spring, grow through the summer, and produce seeds in the fall are called summer annuals. Weeds that emerge in the fall, grow in the winter, and produce seeds in the late spring are called winter annuals. These weeds emerge and grow the first year, overwinter as a dormant rosette of leaves, resume growth, and produce seeds the second year. Herbicides that will reduce the time required to control weeds are available. Selective herbicides injure some plants but not others. Preemergence herbicides are applied to the soil surface or turf canopy before weed emergence. Apply preemergence herbicides from February to mid-March to control summer annual weeds. Individuals in the southern part of the state should apply preemergence herbicides at the beginning of this time and those in the northern part of the state at the end of this period for summer annuals, and reverse these timings for winter annuals. All preemerg...
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*  Herbicide Mode-Of-Action Summary
Strictly soil applied herbicides are divided into mode-of-action and then into herbicide chemistry groups. I Foliar Applied Herbicides A. Since movement to sites is essential for continued plant growth, these herbicides have the potential to kill simple perennial and creeping perennial weeds with only one or two foliar applications. Common Trade Name Name. Sulfonanilides Selective soil or foliar applied for control of annual broadleaf weeds in corn or soil applied treatments in soybeans. These compounds are more active postemergence foliar than soil applied. Bentazon is used only postemergence in large seeded legumes and some grass crops for control of annual broadleaf weeds and yellow nutsedge and shoot removal of perennial broadleaf weeds. These herbicides are used preplant incorporated, preemergence, and to a limited extent early postemergence, for selective control of weeds in annual and established perennial crops. These herbicide groups have little or no foliar activity and are applied mostly preplant i...
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*  Agricultural Chemicals in the Upper Midwest (Midcontinent Herbicide Reconnaissance) Photo Gallery -
Agricultural Chemicals in the Upper Midwest Midcontinent Herbicide Reconnaissance Photo Gallery - All Photos. USGS Home Contact USGS Search USGS. Environmental Health - Toxic Substances. Photo Gallery All USGS. This site only. Toxics Home. About The Program. GeoHealth Newsletter Headlines Research Projects. Contaminated Site Management and Remediation Watershed-and Regional Scale Methods Development. Crosscutting Topics. Agricultural Chemicals Contaminant Occurrence Contaminant Plumes Contaminant Transport GW. Contaminant Transport SW. Geophysical Characterization Field Methods Laboratory Methods Models Natural Attenuation Nutrients Site Remediation Tracer Tests Unsaturated Zone. Publications. Search Publications New Pubs. Photo Gallery Frequently Asked Questions More USGS Contaminant Info. Agricultural Chemicals in the Upper Midwest Midcontinent Herbicide Reconnaissance IMAGES ARE LINKED TO AN ENLARGED VERSION. page 1. page 2. --- all. The Toxic Substances Hydrology Program studied the runoff of pesticides i...
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*  herbicides (general) ( ) on burley tobacco (Nicotiana tabacum (burley type)) - 1440073
herbicides general on burley tobacco Nicotiana tabacum burley type - 1440073. Images. Wiki. EDDMapS. Bugwood. More. About Us. Log in / Create Account. Help. Advanced Search. Invasives 101. Species. Images. Publications. Maps. Videos. Control. EDRR. CWMAs/CISMAs. How to. Global. herbicides general. Host: burley tobacco Nicotiana tabacum burley type L. Descriptor: Damage Description: Triazines are a group of herbicides which include atrazine, cyanazine, propazine, ametryn, prometryn, simazine, and metribuzin. Substituted ureas are a group of herbicides which include linuron, diuron, flometruron, and chloroxuron. Both triazines and urea produce similar symptoms. Injury may be caused foliar or root absorption. Low levels produce mild symptoms which first appear on the tips of the older leaves as a yellowing between the veins. As the degree of injury increases, the areas between the veins turn brown and progress toward the base of the leaf. The leaf will die back from the tips and the edges. Plants will be stunted...
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*  herbicides (general) ( ) on burley tobacco (Nicotiana tabacum (burley type)) - 1440074
herbicides general on burley tobacco Nicotiana tabacum burley type - 1440074. Images. Wiki. EDDMapS. Bugwood. More. About Us. Log in / Create Account. Help. Advanced Search. Invasives 101. Species. Images. Publications. Maps. Videos. Control. EDRR. CWMAs/CISMAs. How to. Global. herbicides general. Host: burley tobacco Nicotiana tabacum burley type L. Descriptor: Damage Description: Triazines are a group of herbicides which include atrazine, cyanazine, propazine, ametryn, prometryn, simazine, and metribuzin. Substituted ureas are a group of herbicides which include linuron, diuron, flometruron, and chloroxuron. Both triazines and urea produce similar symptoms. Injury may be caused foliar or root absorption. Low levels produce mild symptoms which first appear on the tips of the older leaves as a yellowing between the veins. As the degree of injury increases, the areas between the veins turn brown and progress toward the base of the leaf. The leaf will die back from the tips and the edges. Plants will be stunted...
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*  Prevathon ® Insect Control Powered by Rynaxypyr ® | DuPont USA
Prevathon ® Insect Control Powered by Rynaxypyr ®. > Global Challenges. > Crop Protection. DuPont Crop Protection uses inclusive thinking to create answers in insect, weed and disease control that help growers... Food & Personal Care. > Food Protection. DuPont offers a broad range of food protection products to help you meet the rigorous standards of your food safety programs... > Personal Care. High Performance Materials. > Packaging Materials & Solutions. > Printing & Package Printing. DuPont offers high quality, productivity and sustainable solutions for the printing and package printing industry. DuPont Agriculture offerings deliver global nutrition through higher crop yields and healthier foods while developing solutions to help meet the world's energy needs. DuPont offers a broad range of healthcare products and high-performance materials that help create safer healthcare environments, contribute to innovations in medical devices and help protect the health of patients and healthcare providers worldwide...
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*  Corn Size Restriction for POST Herbicides | Crops Knowledgebase
Corn Size Restriction for POST Herbicides. Crops Knowledgebase. search. Extension and Outreach. Crops Knowledgebase. ICM News. Search. Soil Fertility Soil Management. Weeds. Subscribe to ICM News updates and receive email alerts when new information is posted. Corn Size Restriction for POST Herbicides. By Mike Owen and Bob Hartzler, Department of Agronomy. Weeds have continued to grow thus making the application of POST herbicides imperative despite the slow development of the corn crop. However, it is also important to follow the size restrictions that exist on the herbicide label, particularly given that corn is under stress due to the poor growing conditions. If possible, herbicides should be applied directed POST whenever corn exceeds 12 inches tall in order to improve coverage of weeds and reduce exposure of the corn. Follow the most restrictive label and be sure that the adjuvants are appropriate for all herbicides in the mixture. In addition to size restrictions, consider the impact of late application...
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*  Bindii control, get rid of weeds in grass | Roundup Herbicide
Bindii control, get rid of weeds in grass. Show Navigation Menu Site Search. Search. Product Advice. Which Roundup product. FAQ's. How Roundup works. How to use Roundup. When to spray Roundup. Products. Weedkilling Products. Gel. Ready to use. Weedguide. Weedguide. Tough weeds. Common weeds. Where to buy. Contact Us. Videos. Weeding projects. Product Advice. Products. Weedguide. Where to buy. Contact Us. Videos. Weeding projects. Roundup Products. Roundup Products. Watch Video. Product Advice. Which Roundup product. FAQ's. How Roundup works. How to use Roundup. When to spray Roundup. Roundup Products. Roundup Products. Watch Video. Weedkilling Products. Gel. Ready to use. Roundup Products. Roundup Products. Watch Video. Weedguide. Tough weeds. Common weeds. Killing Weeds Effectively. Bindii Control. Bindii Control. Bindii. Originally from the Mediterranean, Bindii has become one of the most common weeds in Australia, and indeed the world. As a result, they can be tricky to remove. Discover the whole range of ...
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*  USDA Scientist: Monsanto’s Roundup Herbicide Damages Soil | Xenophilia (True Strange Stuff)
USDA Scientist: Monsanto s Roundup Herbicide Damages Soil. Xenophilia True Strange Stuff. Xenophilia True Strange Stuff The blog of Xeno, a slightly mad scientist. About. Free Software. Home Recording. Musician Tools. Xeno s UFO Timeline. USDA Scientist: Monsanto s Roundup Herbicide Damages Soil Monsanto s real PR headache involves one of its flagship products very much in the here and now: the herbicide Roundup chemical name: glyphosate, upon which Monsanto has built a highly profitable empire of Roundup Ready genetically modified seeds. The problem goes beyond the superweed phenomenon that I ve written about recently: the fact that farmers are using so much Roundup, on so much acreage, that weeds are developing resistance to it, forcing farmers to resort to highly toxic pesticide cocktails. What Roundup is doing aboveground may be a stroll through the meadow compared to its effect below. According to USDA scientist Robert Kremer, who spoke at a conference last week, Roundup may also be damaging soil—a sober...
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*  Home - Herbicide & Groundwater
Home - Herbicide Groundwater. Herbicide Label Restrictions or Advisories While integrating a variety of herbicides is essential for maintaining effective weed control in the long run, many labels have application restrictions or groundwater advisories based on conditions that are common in Dakota County. University of Minnesota Extension-Dakota County, Dakota County Water Resources Department and Office of GIS collaborated to develop a web-based interactive map that quickly identifies these sensitive areas of coarse-textured soils sands, loamy sands sandy loams and shallow groundwater throughout rural Dakota County where restrictions or advisories may apply. Herbicide Reference Tables Herbicides evaluated in University of Minnesota corn and soybean trials that contain application restrictions or groundwater advisories are included in the reference tables. Table 1 focuses on application restrictions where herbicides cannot be used if certain conditions exist. Please note that restrictions based on “sand” do no...
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*  ARS | Publication request: Doveweed Control with Preemergence and Postemergence Herbicides in Fallow
Publication request: Doveweed Control with Preemergence and Postemergence Herbicides in Fallowed Sugarcane ARS : Research. Title: Doveweed Control with Preemergence and Postemergence Herbicides in Fallowed Sugarcane Authors. Submitted to: Proceedings of Southern Weed Science Society Publication Type: Abstract Only Publication Acceptance Date: January 23, 2008 Publication Date: January 28, 2008 Citation: Dalley, C.D., Richard Jr, E.P. Doveweed Control with Preemergence and Postemergence Herbicides in Fallowed Sugarcane. The objectives of this research were to compare herbicide treatments that could be applied preemergence PRE to prevent establishment of doveweed and to evaluate postemergence POST activity of herbicide treatments on established doveweed that could be applied as a burndown prior to planting. In the PRE experiment, atrazine 1, 2, and 3 lbs ai/A, metribuzin 1 and 2 lbs ai/A, sulfentrazone 0.19, 0.25, and 0.31 lbs ai/A, flumioxazin 0.064, 0.13, and 0.26 lbs ai/A, diuron 1.6 and 3.2 lbs ai/A, diuron...
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*  Enlist Duo Herbicide Moves Toward Registration | Agweb.com
Enlist Duo Herbicide Moves Toward Registration. Agweb.com. Skip to main content. Agweb.com Sign Up Login. My Account / Logout. Discussions. Newsletters. Events. Farm Journal Store. Visit all Farm Journal brands Ag Day TV AgriTalk AgWeb.com Beef Today Cattle-Exchange.com Commodity Update Dairy Today Farm Journal Farm Journal Foundation Legacy Project Machinery Pete Market Rally Radio Pro Farmer Top Producer Top Producer Executive Network US Farm Report. Tuesday, October 06, 2015. Agweb.com. Menu. Agweb Home MyMachinery.com Home News Enlist Duo Herbicide Moves Toward Registration. TAGS: Marketing, Overseas December 18, 2014 By News Release. Email. Facebook Twitter. Share. Print Email. Enlist Duo Herbicide Moves Toward Registration May 1, 2014 05:19 AM. Tweet. The Environmental Protection Agency is currently seeking comments on its proposed decision to register the new herbicide. Source: Dow AgroSciences The Environmental Protection Agency EPA announced April 30 its proposed decision to register Enlist Duo from ...
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*  Herbicides |authorSTREAM
... Go Premium. Sign Up. Sign In. Take a Tour. Help. Browse. Browse Presentations. Featured Presentations. Most Viewed. Channels. PowerPoint Templates. PowerPoint Templates. PowerPoint Diagrams. Upload. Upload from Desktop. Presentations PPT, KEY, PDF. Presentations PPT, KEY, PDF. PowerPoint Templates. Herbicides aSGuest116411. Related Presentations :. Embed. Copy embed code:. Embed:. Flash. iPad. Copy. Does not support media & animations Automatically changes to Flash or non-Flash embed WordPress Embed. Copy. Copy. All Rights Reserved. Premium member. Slide 1: Herbicide Demand When why. Slide 4: Herbicide Modes of Action Contact vs systemic Acute toxicity. Slide 5: Herbicide Modes of Action Inorganic contact Ex. Slide 6: 3. Slide 7: Light-dependent Rxn Atrazine Diquat, paraquat Atrazine inhibits photolysis of water. Slide 9: Ex. Triazines Contact Pre-emergent Corn, soybeans, wheat, blueberries Acute Toxicity Mammals: 1500-3000 ppm Fish: 10-15 ppm Daphnia: 7 ppm Sub-lethal Toxicity Aq. Structure: 20 ppb Alga...
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*  herbicides (general), (General herbicides: General Herbicides) - 1509059
herbicides general, General herbicides: General Herbicides - 1509059. Images. Wiki. EDDMapS. Bugwood. Log in / Create Account. Help. Advanced Search. Invasives 101. Species. Images. Publications. Videos. Control. EDRR. CWMAs/CISMAs. herbicides general. Descriptor: Demonstration Description: Kranko injector in use Image type: Field Image location: United States Specimen Information Specimen in collection: No Specimen Condition: Identification Method: Photographer Information Name: USDA Forest Service - Region 8 - Southern Organization: USDA Forest Service Country: United States More Images: Subject: herbicides general. General Herbicides. General herbicides. Conventional Herbicides. Photographer:. USDA Forest Service - Region 8 - Southern. Organization:. USDA Forest Service. Forestry - Miscellaneous Forestry. Image Number: 1509059. Light Box. For Batch Downloading, Requesting Commercial Use, Creating Presentations, and Creating Image Collections PowerPoint - 768x512. Small Print - 1536x1024. Large Print - 3072...
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*  .. Herbicides: Help or Harm? .. Sponsored by .. Post navigation .. Author .. Jennifer Skene
Applying herbicides to crops helps increase yield—but at a cost. By Jennifer Skene. Share on Facebook Opens in new window. Click to share on Twitter Opens in new window. Click to share on Pinterest Opens in new window. Click to share on LinkedIn Opens in new window. Click to share on Google+ Opens in new window. Click to email this to a friend Opens in new window. Applying herbicides to crops helps increase yield—but at a cost. Herbicides can provide farmers and gardeners with advantages over unwanted weeds—but they also come with drawbacks. Unlike other herbicides, hot temperatures or rainfall just after application do not make Imprelis ineffective—a benefit for lawn care professionals, who otherwise have to time the application of herbicides according to the weather report. In the last year for which data are available, 2006-2007, the US agricultural industry applied 180 to 185 million pounds of glyphosate. Herbicides give us some key advantages over unwanted weeds. The two herbicides under question...
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*  BBC NEWS | Science/Nature | GM crop impact 'lasts two years'
BBC NEWS. A follow-up to the UK's major trial of genetically modified crops, the Farm Scale Evaluations, finds that impacts on wildlife can persist for two years. The original trial found that spring GM rape and sugar beet were harsher than their conventional equivalents in the short term, while GM maize was better. The new study shows the same pattern at two years for rape and maize. Impression confirmed The new information relates to three of the four crops studied in the Farm Scale Evaluations FSEs : spring oilseed rape, sugar beet and maize. FSEs: QUESTIONS ASKED Four crops - spring and winter oilseed rape, maize, sugar beet GM varieties resistant to herbicides glyphosate or glufosinate 266 UK sites involved in trial Half of each field planted with GM crop and sprayed with appropriate herbicide; other half planted with conventional equivalent and sprayed with comparator herbicide Investigators monitored "biodiversity indicators" including weed seed numbers, insect and bird populations. "We did expect the ...
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*  .. Pool closed 2 days after herbicide application— Spraying sparks controversy .. Related post
Infrastructure Services. Pool closed 2 days after herbicide application— Spraying sparks controversy. By Diane Chiddister. Published: June 27, 2013. No Comments. Print PDF. . Read more about the herbicide 2,4-D here. Several villagers spoke passionately and heatedly about their frustrations and fears around the Wednesday, June 12, overuse of herbicides on the grass around the Gaunt Park pool at Village Council’s June 17 meeting. Most who spoke chastised the Village for using herbicides without warning the community, posting no signs that the spraying had taken place and keeping the pool open for two days before closing it last Friday, pending results of water and soil tests after it was discovered that the herbicide had been applied in a strength far greater than appropriate. “The way this was handled was extremely irresponsible,” said Kate Hamilton. “Part of the reason we live in this town is that we think we’re all on the same page regarding the environment.”. As the head of the Green Environm...
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*  How to Use Banvel Herbicide | Garden Guides
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*  Study shows importan... | Herbicides | Agriculture
Crops news Livestock news Policy news Business news Technology news Markets. Markets Crops Machinery Livestock Farm Management Family and Farm Safety Weather Products Successful Farming. Successful Farming editors Farm Business Farm Production Farm Family Machinery Show. Home / Crops / Pesticides / Herbicides / Study shows importance of residual herbicide. Study shows importance of residual herbicide. Use of residual herbicides in Roundup Ready cropping systems improves control of tough weeds such as lambsquarters, pigweed and wild buckwheat and reduces the potential for development of weed resistance, according to a recent company study. However, where a residual herbicide was used at planting in conjunction with Roundup herbicides applied over the top in Roundup Ready Corn, lambsquarters was again controlled, according to Robert Wilson, a weed scientist at the University of Nebraska and an academic principle in the study. When the study was initiated, Roundup Ready Corn was used until Roundup Ready Corn 2 w...
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*  Researchers Link Roundup® Herbicide to Cancer, Autism, Parkinsonism - Slashdot
Researchers Link Roundup Herbicide to Cancer, Autism, Parkinsonism - Slashdot. Slashdot. Popular. Jobs. Search Slashdot. Login. Facebook. Twitter. Want to read Slashdot from your mobile device. Nickname:. Password:. Public Terminal Forgot your password. Close. binspam dupe notthebest offtopic slownewsday stale stupid fresh funny insightful interesting maybe offtopic flamebait troll redundant overrated insightful interesting informative funny underrated descriptive typo dupe error. 45876125 submission. Submission. Researchers Link Roundup Herbicide to Cancer, Autism, Parkinsonism. Freshly Exhumed writes: The journal Entropy has published a peer-reviewed paper by authors Anthony Samsel, an independent scientist and consultant, and Stephanie Seneff, a senior research scientist at MIT, that contradicts Monsanto's claims that its widely-used herbicide glyphosate a.k.a. Roundup is safe and non-toxic. From the paper: 'Glyphosate, the active ingredient, is the most popular herbicide used worldwide. Glyphosate's inhib...
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*  Controlling weeds after harvest | Ag Professional
Have you struggled with winter annual weeds getting in the way of spring planting. 2 Many herbicides used prior to or after crop planting/emergence can be applied in the fall, but not all herbicides are labeled for fall application. If you are considering applying a treatment such as glyphosate that does not possess much soil-residual activity, the application should be timed to occur after the majority of winter annual species have emerged. If your fall application will include a herbicide with soil-residual activity, then the application could be made sooner, but check the product label. This can be very important if winter annuals have already emerged before the application is made. Combining 2,4-D and/or glyphosate with soil-residual products can improve control of emerged species and help control biennial or perennial species. 6 Fall applications that include soil-residual herbicides may not always result in a clean field by planting time next spring. Occasionally, if the suite of winter annual weed spec...
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*  Vegetable herbicide carryover data probed
... Ideally, herbicides simply kill weeds during a crop's season and then after harvest degrade without harm to the following crop, but in reality, the breakdown depends on time and certain conditions in the soil. Following with an irrigated cover crop or a rotational crop not affected by the particular herbicide will help continue the degradation. Fennimore did trials on vegetables in 2005 with Chateau, a tree and vine herbicide having promise for use in vegetables but not registered for those crops in California. He found no harm to any of the crops from any of the application timings. Although he noted it contradicted what he found in his earlier trials, Fennimore said, “I have learned since that when Chateau receives about 8 inches of moisture, either by rain or any type of irrigation, you're going to get rid of this product.” Chateau is degraded by a combination of soil microbes and hydrolysis. He also said several innovative Salinas Valley growers have been doing their own trials with robotic equipment...
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*  Roundup herbicide linked to Parkinson’s-related brain damage
... Digital Journal. news. B2B News. Roundup herbicide linked to Parkinson’s-related brain damage By Anne Sewell Apr 21, 2012 in Health. Monsanto's controversial herbicide, Roundup, has now been linked to Parkinsonism related disorders according to research reported in the Neurotoxicology & Teratology journal. This month a new and alarming study has been published in the journal Neurotoxicology and Teratology which supports the emerging connection between glyphosate, Roundup's active ingredient, and the emergence of neurodegenerative conditions including Parkinson's disease and Parkinsonian disorders. The current study only adds to the case reports of glyphosate poisoning and also occupational exposure in which neurological damage was a direct consequence. In 2011 a case study was published in the journal Parkinsonism Related Disorders, entitled " Parkinsonism after chronic occupational exposure to glyphosate ," In the report the following incident was quoted:. Here we report a patient with parkinsonism foll...
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*  Pesticide & Herbicide Application - Page 92 - LawnSite.com™ - Lawn Care & Landscaping Business Foru
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*  Flexible herbicides key for success in 2013 | Ag Professional
Flexible herbicides key for success in 2013. Ag Professional. Crop Fertility Honeywell White Paper Corn Precision Ag Soybeans Strip-tillage Wheat Seeds. Calendar Ag Retailer of the Year Precision Impact Award MAGIE 40 Under 40. Fertilizer Mixing Blending Toolbars Pulltype Applicators Facilities Storage including Tanks Precision Tools Software Pumps Nozzles Tenders, Trucks Trailers Seed Handling Storage Fertilizer Material Handling. Twitter Link. Instagram Link. RSS Index Link. Ag Professional. Facebook Link. Twitter Link. Instagram Link. RSS Index Link. Connect with us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. News Honeywell White Paper Subscribe AgPro University - Nufarm. Flexible herbicides key for success in 2013. Some herbicides are limited to pre-emergence application or can only be applied up to 2-leaf corn, while others can be applied up to 12- or 30-inch corn. “If Mother Nature brings a wet spring, the first thing that comes to mind in that scenario is flexibility,” said Gordon Vail, technical product lead ...
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*  Research into bacterial disease could lead to natural herbicide
... September 27, 2012 by Robert H. Wells in Biology / Ecology Phys.org —University of Florida scientists are researching a natural herbicide that could be used in traditional and organic farming. The herbicide, a chemical called thaxtomin, occurs naturally in Streptomyces bacteria that cause potato scab, a major disease of potatoes worldwide. A study describing a key step in the process that could lead to its commercial production is published in the current issue of the journal Nature Chemical Biology. Rosemary Loria, a professor and chair of the UF/IFAS plant pathology department, is a co-author of the publication. She worked on the study while at Cornell University and has continued the research since joining UF's Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences in 2011. In the study, the researchers describe an enzyme in the bacteria that is essential to producing the herbicide and showed that without the enzyme, thaxtomin production doesn't occur. And since it is a natural herbicide produced from bacteria r...
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*  Timing is key when using herbicides to get rid of yellow nutsedge | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Timing is key when using herbicides to get rid of yellow nutsedge. Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. SUBSCRIBE. Real Estate. Cars. PG Store. Post-Gazette.com. News. Sports. Advertisement. Timing is key when using herbicides to get rid of yellow nutsedge June 20, 2009 4:00 AM. Ed Hutchison/Associated Press Yellow nutsedge is easier to control if it doesn't get established in a lawn in the first place. The weed, which thrives in moist soil where grass is thin, can be controlled by a herbicide labeled for it, provided proper timing is observed. Question: Yellow nutsedge is a recurring problem in my lawn. I have done some research and even used recommended herbicides, but I cannot seem to get rid of it. Answer: Yellow nutsedge Cyperus esculentus is a common weed in lawns and ornamental beds, especially in moist or wet areas. Professional-use products such as Manage halosulfuron or Basagran bentazon provide the most satisfactory control and will not harm lawn grasses when used according to label directions. Timing is every...
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(1/1376) Semiautomated preparation of 3,5,6-trichloro-2-pyridinol in human urine using a Zymate XP laboratory robot with quantitative determination by gas chromatography-negative-ion chemical ionization mass spectrometry.

A rapid and sensitive semiautomated method was developed for quantitation of the chlorpyrifos metabolite 3,5,6-trichloro-2-pyridinol (TCP) in human urine. A Zymark Zymate XP laboratory robotics system was used to mix urine samples, transfer aliquots, add the stable-isotope-labeled TCP internal standard (13C2- or 13C2,15N-), and liberate conjugates of TCP from urine via acid hydrolysis. Samples were manually extracted into toluene, derivatized, and analyzed by gas chromatography-negative-ion chemical ionization mass spectrometry. Determination of the metabolic TCP was performed by selected ion monitoring of the dichloropyridinol fragment ions: m/z 161 for TCP and m/z 165 for 13C2-TCP or m/z 168 for 13C2,15N-TCP. Interday precision and accuracy were demonstrated over 3 years of analyses using the 13C2-TCP internal standard, with an average recovery from fortified urine samples of 93+/-12% (N = 54, concentration range 1-140 ng/mL). The method was found to be linear over the range of 0.5 to 200 ng/mL, and the limit of detection for TCP in urine was estimated to be 0.2 ng/mL with a limit of quantitation of 1 ng/mL. The effect of solids distribution on the concentration of TCP in the thawed urine samples was examined, and the results indicated that homogeneous distribution is critical for quantitation. The precision and accuracy of the automated method with respect to the transfer of homgeneous urine aliquots and delivery of internal standard yielded equivalent or improved results over the manual techniques. Overall, this method is more simple than existing methodologies, and it yields results with improved precision, accuracy, and sensitivity over previously developed methods.  (+info)

(2/1376) Effect of phenylurea herbicides on soil microbial communities estimated by analysis of 16S rRNA gene fingerprints and community-level physiological profiles.

The effect of three phenyl urea herbicides (diuron, linuron, and chlorotoluron) on soil microbial communities was studied by using soil samples with a 10-year history of treatment. Denaturing gradient gel electrophoresis (DGGE) was used for the analysis of 16S rRNA genes (16S rDNA). The degree of similarity between the 16S rDNA profiles of the communities was quantified by numerically analysing the DGGE band patterns. Similarity dendrograms showed that the microbial community structures of the herbicide-treated and nontreated soils were significantly different. Moreover, the bacterial diversity seemed to decrease in soils treated with urea herbicides, and sequence determination of several DGGE fragments showed that the most affected species in the soils treated with diuron and linuron belonged to an uncultivated bacterial group. As well as the 16S rDNA fingerprints, the substrate utilization patterns of the microbial communities were compared. Principal-component analysis performed on BIOLOG data showed that the functional abilities of the soil microbial communities were altered by the application of the herbicides. In addition, enrichment cultures of the different soils in medium with the urea herbicides as the sole carbon and nitrogen source showed that there was no difference between treated and nontreated soil in the rate of transformation of diuron and chlorotoluron but that there was a strong difference in the case of linuron. In the enrichment cultures with linuron-treated soil, linuron disappeared completely after 1 week whereas no significant transformation was observed in cultures inoculated with nontreated soil even after 4 weeks. In conclusion, this study showed that both the structure and metabolic potential of soil microbial communities were clearly affected by a long-term application of urea herbicides.  (+info)

(3/1376) Cytotoxic effect of paraquat on rat C6 glioma cells: evidence for the possibility of non-oxidative damage to the cells.

Although paraquat has been shown to cause oxidative damage to neuronal cells, little is known about its effect on glial cells. Thus the effect of paraquat on glial cells was examined using rat C6 glioma cells as a model system. Paraquat reduced cell viability in a concentration- and time-dependent manner, and this toxic effect was not significantly attenuated by various kinds of antioxidants. Furthermore, paraquat failed to increase 8-hydroxy-deoxyguanosine formation in the cells. These results indicate that paraquat can be toxic to glial cells and suggest that this cytotoxic effect may not be associated with the oxidative damage to the cells.  (+info)

(4/1376) High-performance liquid chromatography column switching applied to the trace determination of herbicides in environmental and drinking water samples.

A selective and sensitive coupled-column high-performance liquid chromatographic method is developed for the simultaneous determination of 5 phenylurea herbicides (monuron, linuron, isoproturon, monolinuron, and diuron) in environmental and drinking water samples. Sample clean-up is performed automatically by means of a column switching technique. Using 2 octadecyl silica columns connected via two programmable 6-port valves and ultraviolet detection at 244 nm, the aforementioned compounds can be determined at the low concentration levels required for pesticide residue analysis in water samples. A mobile phase consisting of a mixture of methanol-water (55:45, v/v) is pumped at 1 mL/min. For the 5 phenylureas, high recoveries ranging from 94.9 to 101.6%, good reproducibility with relative standard deviations lower than 5%, and wide linear ranges up to 20 micrograms/L are observed with determination limits of 0.05 microgram/L. The method is successfully applied to the screening of different environmental water samples such as surface, ground, rain, and drinking water.  (+info)

(5/1376) Construction and characterization of a functional mutant of Synechocystis 6803 harbouring a eukaryotic PSII-H subunit.

A Synechocystis 6803 mutant carrying a chimaeric photosystem II (PSII), in which the Zea mays PsbH subunit (7.7 kDa calculated molecular mass) replaces the cyanobacterial copy (7.0 kDa), was constructed. With the exception of the N-terminal 12 amino acid extension, which has a phosphorylatable threonine, the eukaryotic polypeptide is 78% homologous to its bacterial counterpart. Biochemical characterization of this mutant shows that it expresses the engineered gene correctly and is competent for photoautotrophic growth. Fluorescence analysis and oxygen evolution measurements in the presence of exogenous acceptors indicate that the observed phenotype results from a chimaeric PSII rather than from the absence of function associated with PsbH, suggesting that the heterologous protein is assembled into a functional PSII. Inhibition of oxygen evolution by herbicides belonging to different classes shows that the sensitivity of the mutant PSII is changed only towards phenolic compounds. This result indicates slight conformational modification of the QB/herbicide binding pocket of the D1 polypeptide caused by the bulky PsbH protein in the mutant, and also suggests close structural interaction of the D1 and PsbH subunits in the topological arrangement of PSII.  (+info)

(6/1376) A comparison of electron-capture GLC, electrolytic-conductivity GLC and UV-absorption HPLC for the analysis of some herbicides in foods.

A comparison of gas chromatography with electron-capture or electrolytic-conductivity (nitrogen mode) detection, and high-pressure liquid chromatography (HPLC) with UV-absorption detection (254 nm) was carried out for the analysis of several herbicides in foods. Linuron, propanil, terbacil, benzoylprop-ethyl, and the fungicide DCNA in samples of cabbage, corn, potato, and wheat spiked at 2 and 0.2 ppm were examined. The pesticides were extracted with acetone, partitioned into petroleum ether-methylene chloride, and cleaned up on a 2% deactivated Florisil column before direct chromatographic analysis. Electron-capture gas-liquid chromatography (GLC) was most suitable for DCNA and benzoylprop-ethyl while UV-absorption HPLC was best for terbacil analysis. Linuron and propanil gave similar results for both electron-capture GLC and HPLC. Electrolytic-conductivity GLC could detect all pesticides at the 0.2 ppm level and exhibited the least number of extraneous peaks in the chromatograms.  (+info)

(7/1376) Selected phenolic compounds in cultivated plants: ecologic functions, health implications, and modulation by pesticides.

Phenolic compounds are widely distributed in the plant kingdom. Plant tissues may contain up to several grams per kilogram. External stimuli such as microbial infections, ultraviolet radiation, and chemical stressors induce their synthesis. The phenolic compounds resveratrol, flavonoids, and furanocoumarins have many ecologic functions and affect human health. Ecologic functions include defense against microbial pathogens and herbivorous animals. Phenolic compounds may have both beneficial and toxic effects on human health. Effects on low-density lipoproteins and aggregation of platelets are beneficial because they reduce the risk of coronary heart disease. Mutagenic, cancerogenic, and phototoxic effects are risk factors of human health. The synthesis of phenolic compounds in plants can be modulated by the application of herbicides and, to a lesser extent, insecticides and fungicides. The effects on ecosystem functioning and human health are complex and cannot be predicted with great certainty. The consequences of the combined natural and pesticide-induced modulating effects for ecologic functions and human health should be further evaluated.  (+info)

(8/1376) Induction of the multispecific organic anion transporter (cMoat/mrp2) gene and biliary glutathione secretion by the herbicide 2,4,5-trichlorophenoxyacetic acid in the mouse liver.

The canalicular multispecific organic anion transporter, cMoat, is an ATP-binding-cassette protein expressed in the canalicular domain of hepatocytes. In addition to the transport of endo- and xenobiotics, cMoat has also been proposed to transport GSH into bile, the major driving force of bile-acid-independent bile flow. We have shown previously that the herbicide 2,4,5-trichlorophenoxyacetic acid (2,4,5-T), a peroxisome-proliferator agent, significantly increases bile-acid-independent bile flow in mice. On this basis, the effect of the herbicide on cMoat gene expression was studied. A 3.6-fold increase in cMoat mRNA levels and a 2.5-fold increase in cMoat protein content were observed in the liver of mice fed on a diet supplemented with 0.125% 2,4,5-T. These effects were due to an increased rate of gene transcription (3.9-fold) and were not associated with peroxisome proliferation. Significant increases in bile flow (2.23+/-0.39 versus 1.13+/-0.15 microl/min per g of liver; P<0.05) and biliary GSH output (7.40+/-3.30 versus 2.65+/-0.34 nmol/min per g of liver; P<0.05) were observed in treated animals. The hepatocellular concentration of total glutathione also increased in hepatocytes of treated mice (10.95+/-0.84 versus 5.12+/-0.47 mM; P<0.05), because of the induction (2.4-fold) of the heavy subunit of the gamma-glutamylcysteine synthetase (GCS-HS) gene. This is the first model of co-induction of cMoat and GCS-HS genes in vivo in the mouse liver, associated with increased glutathione synthesis and biliary glutathione output. Our observations are consistent with the hypothesis that the cMoat transporter plays a crucial role in the secretion of biliary GSH.  (+info)


what is the affect of pesticides and herbicides on humans ?


I was asked to find out about the affects of agriculture pesticides and herbicides on humans at school. 
does anyone know of any deaths or bad consequences that can happen to humans?
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My dad has cancer that was directly caused by his exposure to herbicides.  He served in Vietnam and was exposed to "Agent Orange", the chemical they used to de-forest the trails to expose troop movements.  His cancer is called Multiple Myeloma.  Its a cousin of leukemia and lymphoma, considered a "blood cancer".  So many Vietnam Vets have gotten it, there's actually been a class action lawsuit against the government.


What number of times is our food sprayed with chemicals? Of what type and how much?


Hi!
How can i find out what are the regulations regarding the application of pesticides (including herbicides) and fertilizers in each crop? 

I'm interested in the type, amount and number of times sprayed...

Any link to the FAO that deals with those subjects would really help a lot...

thanks!
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It depends on the crop and the farmer. Some farmers spray multiple times, even when it's not really visibly needed, just "in case". There are standards of how much of which poison is allowed to be in our fruits and vegetables, but it changes from type of pesticide or herbicide. 

I think it would be easiest to look up particular types of pesticides and look at the regulated requirements. Then see what areas of the world they are used on and the typical amount used.

Here is a link to FAO standards of procedure and specifications for pesticides:
http://www.fao.org/ag/AGP/AGPP/Pesticid/Specs/faospecs.htm

However, if you want information on regulation of pesticide use, you might want to look and rely on the EPA instead (Environmental Protection Agency). They are the ones that specify instructions per label and the quantities that are still legally permitted to exist in our food supply.

http://www.ific.org/publications/brochures/pesticidebroch.cfm
Basics of Pesticide Regulation in Food

Here's a database with clinical trial links and lots of information on different pesticides, health impact and a fairly balanced assortment of articles:
http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/pesticides.html

Good luck with your research :)


How long does it take fruits/vegetables to arrive in the grocery store from the farm?


I'm researching the idea that home grown fruits and veggies are healthier than "fresh" store bought. I'm in a time crunch and was curious as to exactly how long it takes for them to be picked, packaged, transported, unpacked, and put onto our shelves. 
Also, I am seeking to find out which chemicals are used for treatment of store bought produce. Such as  fertilizers, chemical sprays, herbicides, fungicides and pesticides to protect them.
Any and all information is greatly appreciated! Thanks!
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It depends on where you live and what is grown in your local area.

Living where I do, in Southern California. I don't have to worry about that. There are 3 certified organic Farmers Markets within 5 miles of my home. They are cheaper than the national stores (Safeway, Tom Thumb, Vons, Albertson's) non organic produce, and are picked the same morning before the markets open at noon.

I would guess about 2 to 3 days to reach the stores, in general


How safe is organic milk, compared to regular milk?


Someone told me there's the risk of infection by bacteria, since it has no pesticides or herbicides.
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pesticides aren't used in organic or regular milk they are treated the same once its out of the cow. The feed the farmers use make milk organic or not generally organic cows are fed vegetarian feed no pesticides natural roaming cows. Organic is safer


Can someone make a store that sells only locally growen fruits and vegetables?


I don't like fertilizers, herbicides, fungicides and pesticides.  "If you build it, they will come,"
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What's the address, I will be your first customer....don't worry we will find you and we will come.

Thank you for thinking of OUR healths instead of your bank balance, can I sign up and get a job with you?

Thanks you and bless you

Live long & live healthy, NATURALLY!


What do you all think about Landscaping jobs?


I read the job description about 3 days ago and... I've been thinking a LOT.

On the description, it stated that you would be required to spray + mix herbicides, fertilizers and insecticides. 
Either by hand or mechanical sprayers/spreaders.

Ummm... ^ aren't these things very bad to your health?

Would working in this kind of job for half a year to say; about a whole year effect your health in any negative ways?

If so ^ , what would be the short and long term effects?

Thanks.
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I'd imagine there is probably a correlation. The problem is people usually only find out about the cancer-causing stuff after all the retirees start to suffer. Then, the company admits: "Well, there might be a link."


Can an employer decrease your pay and demote you because you are pregnant?


My job is very physical.  I used to spray herbicides but obviously since I'm pregnant I can't do that.  My employer is demoting me to a job that pays 6 dollars less a hour then my current position.  I understand that my physical limitations prohibit me from doing the job but this seems wrong.  Can they do this to me?
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Well I know it is illegal to fire you because you are pregnant..I would call a lawyer to begin with..they usually give a free consultation.


Have you ever done a fast to rid your body of toxins?


I want to do a 2-3 day juice fast to cleanse my body of toxins (from non-organic food ie: pesticides, herbicides, dyes etc.).  (NOT for weight loss or any other crazy purpose)  

I'm looking for advice from people who have actually done one on how to prepare for it and finish it so I don't mess up my good metabolism and put myself into starvation mode.

Please only reply if you have experience.  Please do not reply and just tell me not to do it.  Thanks!
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Hey there....

I've done some fasting in my day!  You mentioned specifically a juice fast.....

I have experience with the grape fast.  You can eat as many grapes as you like....well washed of course!  Drink unlimited amounts of grape juice and water.  You should do this monofast for two days then slowly come back to eating normally, adding food groups from vegan up as you go.  If you wish, you can add a small salad at the end of each day.  

Hope I've helped!