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Economic analysis of integrated weed management in field bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.)

Stefanic, E., Stefanic, I. and Murdoch, A. J. (2003) Economic analysis of integrated weed management in field bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.). Plant Soil and Environment, 49 (4). pp. 183-189. ISSN 1214-1178

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Field experiments were conducted in field bean in the north-eastern part of the Republic of Croatia to compare weed control and crop response under different management practices within the critical period of field bean production. The practices consisted in broadcast application of labelled rate of preemergence herbicide (PRE) and postemergence herbicide application: (POST) broadcast, band application over the rows, and band application combined with mechanical cultivation using of different herbicide doses recommended by the manufacturer (2x, 1x, 1/2x, 1/4x, 1/8x). In 1999, weed control with PRE application of pendimethalin was superior to POST bentazone application due to late emergence of weeds and lack of residual herbicide control. In 2000 bentazone combined with cycloxydim controlled weeds in field bean better than PRE herbicide application. Based on the results of this research, single PRE or POST application of herbicide did not control a broad spectrum of weeds and did not provide the commercially acceptable full season control. Reduced rates of herbicide are not advisable tinder high weed pressure.

Item Type:Article
Divisions:Life Sciences > School of Agriculture, Policy and Development
ID Code:9212
Uncontrolled Keywords:field bean, integrated weed management, reduced rate technology, economic analysis, SOYBEANS GLYCINE-MAX, REDUCED RATES, POSTEMERGENCE HERBICIDES, TILLAGE, CULTIVARS

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