Tolerance of Subclover, Rose clover, Hardinggrass, and Orchardgrass to 2,4-D
AuthorKay, B. L.
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CitationKay, B. L. (1968). Tolerance of subclover, rose clover, hardinggrass, and orchardgrass to 2, 4-D. Journal of Range Management, 21(4), 239-242.
PublisherSociety for Range Management
JournalJournal of Range Management
AbstractSpecies commonly used to seed California rangelands were sprayed with varying rates of the alkanolamine salt of 2,4-D at a number of vegetative growth stages in two different years. Subclover, hardinggrass, and orchardgrass were not permanently damaged by rates up to 2.0 lb/acre at any of the growth stages tested. Rose clover was tolerant of up to 0.5 lb/acre if sprayed at the proper growth stage but yields were frequently reduced by even low rates at other growth stages.