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Herbicide Response Chart


Weed Response to Herbicides Used In Peanuts

PPI

PRE

AC

Prowl, Sonalan Treflan Dual Magnum Frontier3 Lasso3 Pursuit1 Strongarm Zorial Strongarm Zorial +
Dual Magnum or Lasso3
Dual2 Magnum Frontier3 Valor Lasso2 3 Pursuit
PERENNIALS bermudagrass P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P
johnsongrass (rhizome) P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P
nutsedge, purple P P P P P G F P-F F P-F P P P P G
nutsedge, yellow P P F-G F F F-G F P-F F F F F P F F
GRASSES (ANNUAL) broadleaf signalgrass G-E G G G G G P G P G-E G G P G F
crabgrass E E E E E F P G-E P E G G P G F
crowfootgrass E E E E E P P G P E G G P G  
fall panicum G F-G G E G P-F P G P G G G P G F
foxtail E G-E E E E G P   P E E E P E G
goosegrass E G-E E E E F P G P E G G P G F
johnsongrass (seedling) E G F F-G P-F G P F P P-F F F P P-F G
sandbur E G F-G F-G F-G P P G P F-G F F P F  
Texas panicum G-E G P-F P-F P-F P-F P P-F P P-F P F P P P-F
BROAD-LEAVES bristly starbur P P P P P F E F E F-G P P F-G F F-G
burgherkin P P P P P E   G   G P P F-G P F-G
citronmelon P P P P P           P P   P  
cocklebur P P P P P G-E G P-F G P-F P P F P E
coffee senna P P P P P F-G P F P F P P E P F-G
copperleaf P P P P P P E   E P P F E P P
cowpea P P P P P P   P   P P P P-F P P
crotalaria P P P P P           P P   P  
croton, tropic or woolly P P P P P P P-F G P-F G P P G P P
eclipta P P P-F P-F P-F P G-E P G-E P-F P-F F G-E P-F P-F
Florida beggarweed P P P-F P-F F P G G G G-E F F E F-G P
Florida pusley E E G-E G-E G-E G G-E G-E G-E G-E G G G G F
hairy indigo P P P P P P   G   G F P-F G F P
jimsonweed P P     P G G-E F-G G-E F-G P P   P G
lambsquarters E E F F F F F-G F-G F-G G G G E G P
morningglory spp. P P P P P G F-G P-F F-G P-F P P G P G-E
morningglory, cypressvine P P P P P G F-G F F-G F P P G P G
morningglory, pitted P P P P P G-E F-G P-F F-G P-F P P G-E P F-G
morningglory, smallflower P P P P P E   F   F P P E P E
pigweeds G-E G-E G G G E G G G G G G E G E
prickly sida P P F F F G-E F-G G-E F-G G-E F F G-E F G
ragweed P P P P P P G-E G G-E G P P G P P
redweed P P           G-E   G F-G F-G G F-G  
sicklepod P P P P F P P F P F-G F F P F-G P
smartweed P-G P-G P P P G G F G F P P   P F-G
spider flower P P       G   P   P         F-G
spurred anoda P P P P P G F-G F F-G F P P G P F-G
velvetleaf P P P P P F-G G-E F-G G-E F-G P P   P G
wild poinsettia P P P P P E   P   P P P G P G
wild radish P P P P P E   F   F P P   P E
E=Excellent, G=Good, F=Fair, P=Poor; If no letter is given, response is unknown.
PPI=Preplant Incorporated, PRE=Preemergence, AC=At-Cracking (usually 6-14 days after planting).
1Ratings for Pursuit PPI and PRE are similar. 2Ratings for Dual or Lasso PRE and AC are similar. 3Not Labeled for use in Florida.


Weed Response to Herbicides Used In Peanuts

 

POSTEMERGENCE

Paraquat* Paraquat*+ Basagran Paraquat*+ Basagran+ 2,4-DB Paraquat*+ Basagran+ Dual Magnum Paraquat* Basagran+ Frontier 3 Paraquat*+ Storm 2,4-DB Pursuit Pursuit+ 2,4-DB Tough Tough+ 2,4-DB Basagran others Basagran+ 2,4-DB Ultra Blazer Ultra Blazer+ 2,4-DB Storm Storm+ 2,4-DB Poast Plus Classic Cadre Select
PERENNIALS bermudagrass P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P F-G P P E
johnsongrass (rhizome) P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P G P G G
nutsedge, purple F F F F F F P F-G F-G P P P P P P P P P P G-E P
nutsedge, yellow F F-G F-G G F F-G P F F P-F P-F G F-G P P F F P P-F G-E P
GRASSES (ANNUAL) broadleaf signalgrass G G G G G G P P P P P P P P P P P E P   E
crabgrass F-G F-G F-G G G F-G P P-F P-F P P P P P P P P G-E P G E
crowfootgrass G G G G G G P P-F P-F P P P P P P P P G P   G-E
fall panicum G G G G G G P P P P P P P F F P P G P   G
foxtail E E E E E E P F F P P P P P-F P-F P P E P   G
goosegrass F-G F-G F-G G G F-G P P P P P P P P P P P F-G P   G
johnsongrass (seedling) G G G G G G P F F P P P P P-F P-F P P G-E P G G-E
sandbur F F F F-G F-G F P     P P P P P P P P G P   G
Texas panicum G-E G G E E G P P-F P-F P P P P P P P P E P G G-E
BROAD-LEAVES bristly starbur F G G G G G F P-F F   F-G E E F F F-G F-G P F-G F-G P
burgherkin F F F-G F F G F F F-G   F-G P F G E F G P P E P
citronmelon F F F-G F F G G   G     P G F G F G P P G-E P
cocklebur F-G G E G G G E E E   E E E G G-E E E P F E P
coffee senna F G E G G G F-G F F-G   G F-G G-E P F-G F F-G P P E P
copperleaf P P P P F-G G P P P     P P G-E G-E G G P P P P
cowpea F F G F-G F-G G F-G P F   G P F G G-E F G P F P-F P
crotalaria P P P-F P-F P-F E F P P-F   P-F P P-F E E G-E E P P   P
croton, tropic or woolly P-F P-F F-G P-F P-F G P P P   F P   E E G-E G-E P P P P
eclipta P-F P-F F P-F F F-G P P P F F-G P P F-G F-G E E P P P-F P
Florida beggarweed G-E G-E G-E E E G-E P P P F-G F-G P P P-F P P P P F-G F-G P
Florida pusley P P P-F P P F P F-G F-G     P P G-E G-E G G P P G P
hairy indigo G G G G G G F P F P P P P G G F F P F-G G P
jimsonweed E E E E E E P F-G F-G G G E E E E G G-E P P G P
lambsquarters P-F F-G F-G F-G F-G F-G P-F P P-F E E F F F-G F-G G G P P P-F P
morningglory spp. F-G F-G G F-G F-G G-E F-G G G-E F-G G F F-G G G-E G G-E P P G-E P
morningglory, cypressvine F-G G-E E G-E G-E G-E F G G-E G G G G G G-E G G-E P P G P
morningglory, pitted F F-G F-G F-G F-G G P-F F-G G G G-E F-G F-G E E E E P P G P
morningglory, smallflower P G-E G-E G-E G-E G-E F-G G E   G E E G-E E G-E E P P G P
pigweeds G G G-E G-E G-E G F-G E E F G P P E E G G-E P P-F E P
prickly sida P G G G G F P P-F P-F F F-G G G-E P P G G P P G P
ragweed F F-G F-G F-G G G P-F P P-F P P-F F F-G E E G G-E P P-F P-F P
redweed G G G G G G P         G G P   G   P P G P
sicklepod G-E G E G-E G-E G G P F-G F G-E P F-G P F-G P F-G P P-F G P
smartweed G G-E G-E G-E G-E G-E P-F G G P P G-E E G-E E E E P P G P
spider flower F F F F F F   F           G G F-G F-G P F-G G P
spurred anoda P F-G F-G F-G F-G F-G P F-G F-G   F F-G G P P F F P P F-G P
velvetleaf P-F F-G F-G F-G F-G F-G P F-G F-G   G G G P P-F F F P P F-G P
wild poinsettia G-E G-E G-E G-E G-E G-E P P-F P-F   F P P E E G G P P G-E P
wild radish P F F-G F F F P-F E E     P-F F E E G E P P E P

E=Excellent, G=Good, F=Fair, P=Poor. If no letter is given, response is unknown. *Paraquat = Boa, Gramoxone Max or Gramoxone Extra 3Not Labeled for use in Florida.