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Johnsongrass Control with Asulox and Envoke

Description:
Johnsongrass is one of the most important noxious weeds found in sugarcane grown in Louisiana. Johnsongrass can emerge from seeds germinating in the soil and from underground rhizomes. To control Johnsongrass after it has emerged requires use of Asulox/Asulam, either alone or in combination with Envoke. The attached article, The Weed Patch, sites programs using these herbicides for the control of Johnsongrass.

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Resource Updated:
2/28/2014 2:20:12 PM

 Johnsongrass Control with Asulox and Envoke

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