Common Cocklebur (<i>Xanthium strumarium</i>) Response to Nicosulfuron
AbstractThe response of two populations (CC1, 43.59Â°N & 20.40Â°E; CC2, 44.46Â°N & 20.17Â°E) of common cocklebur (Xanthium strumarium L.) to nicosulfuron was investigated both in field experiments and in the laboratory. Population CC1 had no history of treatment with any herbicide, while population CC2 was treated with ALS inhibitor herbicides for six consecutive years. In the field, plants were treated post-emergence with nicosulfuron (0, 10, 20, 40, 60 and
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