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^: Bertucci M.B.; Jennings K.M.; Monks D.W.; Jordan D.L.; Schultheis J.R.; Louws F.J.; Waldschmidt M.D.
^: Effect of Bicyclopyrone on Triploid Watermelon in Plasticulture [ . ()]
^: Weed Technology, 2018; Vol.32,N 4. - P. 439-443
^: 2018
^: Bibliogr.:p.442-443
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^: Field studies were conducted to determine watermelon tolerance and yield response when treated with bicyclopyrone preplant (PREPLANT), POST, and POST-directed (POST-DIR). Treatments consisted of two rates of bicyclopyrone (37.5 and 50 g ai ha-1), fomesafen (175 g ai ha-1), S-metolachlor (802 g ai ha-1), and a nontreated check. Preplant treatments were applied to formed beds 1 d prior to transplanting and included bicyclopyrone (37.5 and 50 g ha-1) and fomesafen (175 g ha-1), and new polyethylene mulch was subsequently laid above treated beds. POST and POST-DIR treatments were applied 14 1 d after watermelon transplanting and included bicyclopyrone (37.5 and 50 g ha-1) POST and POST-DIR, and S-metolachlor (802 g ai ha-1) POST-DIR. POST-DIR treatments were applied to row middles, ensuring that no herbicide contacted watermelon vines or polyethylene mulch. At 2 wk after transplanting (WAT), 15% foliar bleaching was observed in watermelon treated with bicyclopyrone (50 g ha-1) PRE. At 3 WAT, bicyclopyrone (37.5 and 50 g ha-1) POST caused 16% and 17% foliar bleaching and 8% and 9% crop stunting, respectively. At 4 WAT, initial injury had subsided and bicyclopyrone (37.5 and 50 g ha-1) POST caused 4% and 4% foliar bleaching and 4% and 8% crop stunting, respectively. No symptoms of bleaching or stunting were observed at 6- and 8-WAT ratings. Watermelon total yield, marketable yield, total fruit number, marketable fruit number, and average fruit size were unaffected by herbicide treatments. Therefore, registration of bicyclopyrone (37.5 and 50 g ha-1) PREPLANT, POST, and POST-DIR would offer watermelon producers a safe herbicide option and a novel mode of action for weed management. aref1

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