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2011 PESTICIDE GUIDE
Disease Management
  • Peanut Fungicide Guide
  • Disease ID Guide
Insect Management
  • Insecticide Chart
  • Insecticide ID Guide
Weed Management
  • Weed Response to
    Herbicides Used In
    Peanuts - PPI / PRE / AC
  • Weed Response to
    Herbicides Used In
    Peanuts -Postemergence
  • Weed ID Guide
Editors Note
Market Watch
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Weed Management

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Weed Response To Herbicides Used In Peanuts
Compiled by Dr. Jason Ferrell, University of Florida Weed Science.
    PPI PRE AC
    Prowl,
Sonalan
Treflan4 Dual Magnum Outlook Intro2 Pursuit1 Strongarm1 Dual
Magnum
or Intro2
Valor Outlook Dual
Magnum
or Intro2
Pursuit
PERENNIALS bermudagrass 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
nutsedge,
purple
P P P P P G F P-F P P P G
nutsedge,
yellow
P P F-G F F F-G F F P F F F-G
GRASSES
(ANNUAL)
broadleaf signalgrass G G G F-G G G P G-E P G G F
crabgrass E E E E E F P E P G G F
crowfootgrass E E E E E P P E P G G P
fall panicum G G G E G P-F P G P G G F
foxtail E G-E E E E G P E P E E G
goosegrass E G-E E E E F P E P G G F
johnsongrass (seedling) G G F F-G P-F G P P-F P F P-F G
sandbur G-E G-E F-G F-G F-G P P F-G P F F  
Texas
panicum
G-E G-E P-F P-F P-F P-F P P-F P F P P-F
BROAD-
LEAVES
bristly starbur P P P P F P E F-G F-G P F F-G
burgherkin P P P P E P F G F-G P P F-G
citronmelon P P P P P-F P F   F P P P
cocklebur P P P P G-E P G P-F F P P E
coffee senna P P P P F-G P P F P-F P P F-G
copperleaf P P P P P F E P G-E F P P
cowpea P P P P P P F P P-F P P P
crotalaria P P P P P-F P     P-F P P  
croton, tropic
or woolly
P P P P P P P-F G G P P P
day flower3 P P G-F P-F P-F P   G G-E F-G F F-G P-F
eclipta P P P-F P-F P P-F G-E P-F G-E F P-F P-F
Florida
beggarweed
P P P-F F P P-F G P-F E P-F P-F P
Florida pusley E E G-E G-E G G-E G-E G-E G-E G-E G F
hairy indigo P P P P P P G F G P-F F P
jimsonweed P P P P G P G-E F-G G P P G
lambsquarters E E F F F F F-G F E F G P
morningglory spp. P P P P G P F-G P-F G P P G-E
morningglory,
cypressvine
P P P P G P F-G F G P P G
morningglory,
pitted
P P P P G-E P F-G P-F G-E P P F-G
morningglory,
smallflower
P P P P E P G-E F E P P E
pigweeds G-E G-E G G E G G-E G E G G E
prickly sida P P F F G-E F F-G G-E G-E F F G
ragweed P P P P P P E G G P P  
redweed P P P   G   G G G F-G F-G  
sicklepod P P P F P P P F-G P F F-G P
smartweed P-G P-G P P G P G F P P P F-G
spider flower P P     G     P     F-G G
spurred anoda P P P P G P F-G F G P P F-G
velvetleaf P P P P F-G P G-E F-G F P P G
wild poinsettia P P P P E P G P G P P G
wild radish P P P P E P   F   P P E
E=Excellent, G=Good, F=Fair, P=Poor. PPI=Preplant Incorporated PRE=Preemergence AC=At-Cracking (usually 6-14 days after planting).
1Ratings for this product are similar for use both PPI and PRE. 2Not Labeled for use in Florida. 3Ratings for tropical spiderwort are similar. 4For Texas, Okla. and N.M. only.
If no letter is given, response is unknown.
Generic formulations are available for many products.
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