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Stanley Culpepper
Professor and Extension Weed Specialist
University of Georgia

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
  1. 2011 GFVGA: New Herbicide Update for Georgia Vegetables
  2. Dual Magnum New Labels
  3. Dual Magnum Indemnified New Labels
  4. Cabbage, Broccoli, Collard, and Cauliflower
  5. Cabbage and Broccoli Response to Dual Mag
  6. Cabbage and Broccoli Response to Dual Mag
  7. Cabbage, Broccoli, Collard, and Cauliflower
  8. Cabbage, Broccoli, Collard, and Cauliflower
  9. Cabbage, Broccoli, Collard, and Cauliflower
  10. Bell Pepper (Plasticulture and Bareground)
  11. Bell Pepper (Plasticulture and Bareground)
  12. Bell Pepper Response to Dual Magnum Applied Topically. TyTy, GA. 2010.
  13. Tomato Response to Dual Magnum Applied Topically. TyTy, GA. 2010.
  14. Dual Magnum in Onion
  15. Seeded Onion (dry bulb or green)
  16. Seeded onion injury from Dual Magnum. 2006.
  17. Chateau Row Middle Mulch Labels
  18. Third Party Registrations
  19. Chateau Row Middle Labels
  20. Chateau Row Middle Mulch Label
  21. Grower System vs + Chateau
  22. Great fit for row middles without cover crop...what happens with cover?
  23. Reflex
  24. Reflex: Tomato/Pepper NOT LABELED YET
  25. Photo
  26. Photo
  27. Cantaloupe Response to Reflex
  28. Injury from Reflex drift or poor tank cleanout!
  29. Carryover from Reflex applied under mulch. Crops planted 6 months later. 2007
  30. Grass Control Herbicides
  31. Grass Control Issues with Select or Poast Products
  32. Select Max
  33. Percent large crabgrass control with various clethodim products and adjuvants. TyTy, GA 2009.
  34. Percent Texas millet control with various clethodim products and adjuvants. TyTy Annex, GA 2010.
  35. Weed Control in Sweet Corn
  36. Laudis 3.5 SC
  37. Sweet Corn and Texas Millet Response to Laudis Systems. Ty Ty, GA. 2009. V17.
  38. Sweet Corn and Texas Millet Response to Laudis Systems. Ty Ty, GA. 2009. V17.
  39. Sweet Corn and Texas Millet Response to Laudis Systems. Ty Ty, GA. 2009. V17.
  40. Percent Texas Millet Control at Harvest. TyTy, GA 2010. V4-10.
  41. Laudis 3.5 SC
  42. Laudis: Carryover Concerns?
  43. DMDS (Paladin) Registered
  44. Georgia Vegetable Commodity Commission



SLIDE CONTENTS
  1. 2011 GFVGA: New Herbicide Update for Georgia Vegetables Dual Magnum Chateau Laudis Select Max Reflex Paladin
  2. Dual Magnum New Labels Cabbage Broccoli Collards Cauliflower Bell Pepper transplants Green or dry bulb onions
  3. Dual Magnum Indemnified New Labels www.farmassist.com Indemnified labels Login (or create login and password) Georgia, Dual Magnum Accept Waiver Print label
  4. Bareground transplants: POST 1. after transplant, irrigate to seal soil around rootball. 2. Five to 10 days after irrigation, apply over top of transplants at a rate of 8 to 16 oz/A. Mulched transplants: POST 1. transplant in old mulch 2. wait 10 days 3. spray 8 to 16 oz/A Dual Magnum overtop Cabbage, Broccoli, Collard, and Cauliflower
  5. Dual Mag 16 oz POST No Dual Mag. Cabbage and Broccoli Response to Dual Mag
  6. Dual Mag POT 10 d No Dual Mag. Cabbage and Broccoli Response to Dual Mag In bareground need to be using Treflan PPI
  7. Bareground seeded: POST 1. after crop reaches 3 inches. 2. apply over top at a rate of 8 to 12 oz/A. Cabbage, Broccoli, Collard, and Cauliflower
  8. Transplant bareground: 1. Treflan PPI 2. Goal pretransplant (cabbage, broccoli, cauliflower) 3. Dual Magnum POST Cabbage, Broccoli, Collard, and Cauliflower Seeded bareground: 1. Treflan PPI 2. Devrinol PRE (cabbage, broccoli, cauliflower) 3. Dual Magnum POST
  9. Cabbage, Broccoli, Collard, and Cauliflower Mulch: 1. Burndown preplant, wash mulch 2. Dual Magnum POST Do not currently understand how Goal or Devrinol interact with mulch when applied topically.
  10. Preplant application POST application Split application Bell Pepper (Plasticulture and Bareground)
  11. Bell Pepper (Plasticulture and Bareground) Preplant under mulch: Devrinol Command POST 1: 12 oz Dual Mag POST 2: Select Max as needed
  12. Bell Pepper Response to Dual Magnum Applied Topically. TyTy, GA. 2010. 20 4 Days after transplant for Dual application
  13. Tomato Response to Dual Magnum Applied Topically. TyTy, GA. 2010. 14 6 Days after transplant for Dual application
  14. Seeded and transplant Dual Magnum in Onion Transplant dry bulb: no big fit continue with Prowl + Goal
  15. Apply 6 to 8 oz of Dual Magnum at 4 leaf Apply up to 12 oz Dual Magnum at 6 leaf Seeded Onion (dry bulb or green)
  16. Seeded onion injury from Dual Magnum. 2006. 93 a 93 a 0 c 16 b 0 c 38b
  17. Tomato Pepper Eggplant Watermelon Cantaloupe Chateau Row Middle Mulch Labels cucumber squash pumpkin Been Labeled: Labeled Now:
  18. Third Party Registrations Labels are held by GFVGA. Label must be in hand of user. Small fee. Growers must support this program.
  19. Raised bed only Up to 4 oz/A Spray before planting Do not touch the mulch with spray Product can not be effectively washed from the mulch Chateau Row Middle Labels
  20. Chateau Row Middle Mulch Label 6. Need rain after application, prior to transplant 7. Residual control of purslane, eclipta, pigweeds, beggarweed 8. Need tank mix partner for grasses
  21. Grower System + Chateau
  22. Great fit for row middles without cover crop...what happens with cover?
  23. Reflex tomato and pepper very soon watermelon 2012/2013 squash 2012/2013 cantaloupe 2013?
  24. Reflex: Tomato/Pepper NOT LABELED YET Bareground, transplants: Apply 1 to 1.5 pt/A preplant non-incorporated up to 7 days prior to transplanting. Irrigate before transplanting if possible. Mulch, transplants: Apply 1 to 1.5 pt/A after final bed form, drip tape laid, and just prior to mulch. Excellent control of pigweeds, eclipta, starbur, Good control of yellow nutsedge, smallflower mg, ragweed, purlsane, poinsettia
  25. Cantaloupe Response to Reflex Follow recommended system Try it yourself?
  26. Injury from Reflex drift or poor tank cleanout! pepper cantaloupe
  27. Carryover from Reflex applied under mulch. Crops planted 6 months later. 2007 % injury
  28. Clethodim + COC, Cook Co. 2009 Grass Control Herbicides
  29. Grass Control Issues with Select or Poast Products full rate of crop oil half rate of crop oil nonionic surfactant no surfactant More Control but More Injury Less Injury but Less Control
  30. Select Max clethodim Select Max 0.97 EC Apply twice the rate of Select 2 EC Cucurbits and fruiting vegetables Current label allows NIS or COC State label allows no adjuvant
  31. Percent large crabgrass control with various clethodim products and adjuvants. TyTy, GA 2009. 75 b 30 c 99 a Select Max 12 oz Select 6 oz Select Max +NIS Select + NIS Select + COC 97 a 99 a Large Crabgrass 4 inches at time of application!
  32. Percent Texas millet control with various clethodim products and adjuvants. TyTy Annex, GA 2010. 84 b 71 c 92 a Select Max 12 oz Select 6 oz Select Max +NIS Select + NIS Select + COC 91 a 94 a Texas millet up to 8 inches at time of application!
  33. Weed Control in Sweet Corn
  34. Laudis 3.5 SC active ingredient = Tembotrione limited research (not included in PCH) field corn, seed corn, sweet corn and popcorn focus today on sweet corn controls crabgrass, goosegrass, broadleaf signalgrass, and Texas panicum (millet) up to 3 inches
  35. Sweet Corn and Texas Millet Response to Laudis Systems. Ty Ty, GA. 2009. V17. Non-treated control Laudis 3 oz + MSO to 3 millet
  36. Sweet Corn and Texas Millet Response to Laudis Systems. Ty Ty, GA. 2009. V17. Non-treated control Laudis 3 oz + MSO to 6 millet
  37. Sweet Corn and Texas Millet Response to Laudis Systems. Ty Ty, GA. 2009. V17. Atrazine PRE Laudis + MSO 3 millet Bicep II Magnum Lauidis + MSO 3 millet
  38. Percent Texas Millet Control at Harvest. TyTy, GA 2010. V4-10. 36 c 84 b 85 a 97 a Atrazine Prowl + Atrazine Bicep II Mag Prowl + Atrazine Atrazine Laudis Bicep II Mag Laudis PRE POST Atrazine 1 qt/A; Bicep Mag. 2 qt/A; Laudis 3 oz/A.
  39. Laudis 3.5 SC do not apply to Merit or Shogun cultivars limited experience (VC0808, WSS0987, WSS 0987, GSS 0966) 3 oz product per acre from emergence to V7 include an MSO (methylated seed oil) can tank mix with atrazine only one application
  40. Laudis: Carryover Concerns? Label 4 months: grains 8 months: soybean 10 months: cotton, tomato, snapbean 18 months: cucurbits, other crops UGA has limited carryover data!
  41. No Fumigant DMDS (Paladin) Registered Paladin Pic
  42. Georgia Vegetable Commodity Commission Support for most of this work!!!!