Effct Of Methods Application Glyphosate In Weed Accompaniments Ratton In Sugarcan And Quality Characteristic Production Sugarcan Saccharum officinarum L.
ANBAR JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES,
2017, Volume 15, Issue 0, Pages 219-232
AbstractThis research was conducted in the fields of the General Company of sugar–factory and farm of sugar cane-Missan, during the season of 2001-2002, to control Dichanthium annulatum (Forsk) stapf, growing in the ratoon of the sugar cane Saccharum officinarumL. fields. Use by different rate of glyphosate in a direct application by using wipe or spray method, different rate of the addative of 1% [Urea + (NH4)2SO4] solution, and different times of application. The experiment was set out as factorial design in randomization complete block design in split–plot design with three replicates. Treatments of number of applications during the season, were considered as main–plot, while the control were considered as a sub-plot. The results showed that The treatments and number of applications were significantly affected in degree of weed killing, at 115, 190 and the regrowth of the weed in end season after application Treatment of 1: 4 glyphosate: water+1% of the [Urea + (NH4)2SO4] solution, which applied was the most affective on all the studied characteristics of weed plants after 410 day application. Treatments significantly affected all the studied characteristics on crop plants (poll, brix, purity). Super treatments two application compare with one control.
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