Trifluralin 10% granular formulation prepared on biodac® and clay for the control of annual ryegrass, giant foxtail and carpet weed

Harvey Ross, Barry Omilinsky, A. D. Lindsay, D. Creech, J. Glatzhofer, Barry R Tickes

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Abstract

The development of a new cellulosic granular carrier (Biodac®) with characteristics somewhat different from the clay and botanical carriers presently used in the agricultural industry required further evaluation especially in regard to efficacy due to the extremely uniform distribution of the particles within the targetted range (see Figs.1&2). Tests conducted in 1995 in Arizona and in Pennsylvania, showed that 10% Trifluralin formulations prepared on clay and Biodac® performed as follows: Trifluralin on clay ≥ Biodac® 30/50 ≥ Biodac® 20/40 > Biodac® 16/30 >Biodac® 12/20. These data clearly show that the locus of activity for each unit area will be greatly decreased if a 16/30 or 12/20 Biodac® material is applied rather than a 20/40 or 30/50 material.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationASTM Special Technical Publication
PublisherAmerican Society for Testing and Materials
Pages49-59
Number of pages11
Volume1328
StatePublished - 1997

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Keywords

  • Cellulosic
  • Clay
  • Granular
  • Particle size
  • Trifluralin

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  • Engineering(all)

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Ross, H., Omilinsky, B., Lindsay, A. D., Creech, D., Glatzhofer, J., & Tickes, B. R. (1997). Trifluralin 10% granular formulation prepared on biodac® and clay for the control of annual ryegrass, giant foxtail and carpet weed. In ASTM Special Technical Publication (Vol. 1328, pp. 49-59). American Society for Testing and Materials.

Trifluralin 10% granular formulation prepared on biodac® and clay for the control of annual ryegrass, giant foxtail and carpet weed. / Ross, Harvey; Omilinsky, Barry; Lindsay, A. D.; Creech, D.; Glatzhofer, J.; Tickes, Barry R.

ASTM Special Technical Publication. Vol. 1328 American Society for Testing and Materials, 1997. p. 49-59.

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Ross, H, Omilinsky, B, Lindsay, AD, Creech, D, Glatzhofer, J & Tickes, BR 1997, Trifluralin 10% granular formulation prepared on biodac® and clay for the control of annual ryegrass, giant foxtail and carpet weed. in ASTM Special Technical Publication. vol. 1328, American Society for Testing and Materials, pp. 49-59.
Ross H, Omilinsky B, Lindsay AD, Creech D, Glatzhofer J, Tickes BR. Trifluralin 10% granular formulation prepared on biodac® and clay for the control of annual ryegrass, giant foxtail and carpet weed. In ASTM Special Technical Publication. Vol. 1328. American Society for Testing and Materials. 1997. p. 49-59
Ross, Harvey ; Omilinsky, Barry ; Lindsay, A. D. ; Creech, D. ; Glatzhofer, J. ; Tickes, Barry R. / Trifluralin 10% granular formulation prepared on biodac® and clay for the control of annual ryegrass, giant foxtail and carpet weed. ASTM Special Technical Publication. Vol. 1328 American Society for Testing and Materials, 1997. pp. 49-59
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