CitationBovey, R. W., Meyer, R. E., & Holt, E. C. (1974). Tolerance of bermudagrass to herbicides. Journal of Range Management, 27(4), 293-296.
PublisherSociety for Range Management
JournalJournal of Range Management
AbstractHerbicides 2,4-D, 2,4,5-T and dicamba applied in spring or fall usually did not reduce yields of bermudagrass. When applied during dry periods, picloram reduced density and yield of bermudagrass. Degree of bermudagrass injury was directly related to rate of herbicide. "Common," "Coastal," and "Coastcross-1" varieties responded similarly to each herbicide studied. Kleingrass, a new forage grass growing in the plot area, was tolerant of all herbicide treatments, including picloram.