Crop Injury Associated with Growth Regulator Herbicides Hartzler, Bob Anderson, Meaghan 2019-03-06T23:32:30.000 2020-06-30T01:47:46Z 2020-06-30T01:47:46Z Mon Jan 01 00:00:00 UTC 2018 2019-02-25 2018-07-03
dc.description.abstract <p>While off-target dicamba injury to soybean has dominated the news the past year, it is important to recognize that dicamba is not the only Group 4 herbicide (HG4) capable of injuring soybean. These herbicides mimic the activity of indole acetic acid (IAA), a hormone that regulates the activity of numerous genes involved in plant growth. IAA also is referred to as auxin. HG4 products can induce plant responses at lower doses than most other herbicide groups, thus off-target injury has been a problem since their introduction in the 1940’s. This article will discuss some of the problems observed this growing season. All HG4 cause malformed leaves, and distinguishing symptoms between products is difficult (Figure 1). Timing of symptom development and patterns of injury are important in identifying the source of injury.</p>
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dc.title Crop Injury Associated with Growth Regulator Herbicides
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