Table 4: Visible rice (Oryza sativa L.) injury at 3, 8, 18, and 24 days after application (DAA) in response to postemergence application (4 to 6leaf stage, V4V6) of saflufenacil following preemergence application of clomazone. Data represents an interaction between rates of saflufenacil and clomazone for experiment conducted in 2009. 
 Saflufenacil rates (g ha^{−1})  Visual injury^{a}  3 DAA  8 DAA  18 DAA  24 DAA  Clomazone rates (g ha^{−1})  Clomazone rates (g ha^{−1})  Clomazone rates (g ha^{−1})  Clomazone rates (g ha^{−1})  0^{b}  392  505  0  392  505  0  392  505  0  392  505 
  %  0  5 b^{c}  1 d  3 d  4 b  0 c  1 d  0^{d}  0 b  0 b  0^{d}  0 b  0 c  12.5  11 ab  11 c  13 c  10 ab  6 b  8 c  0  0 b  0 b  0  1 b  0 c  18.75  13 ab  25 b  16 c  8 ab  15 b  11 c  6  3 b  0 b  4  5 a  1 bc  25  13 ab  24 bc  35 b  10 ab  15 b  25 b  6  3 b  4 a  4  1 b  5 ab  50  18 a  50 a  68 a  15 a  43 a  46 a  4  14 a  11 a  3  9 a  8 a 


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a}Injury was estimated visually using a scale of 0 to 100% where 0 = no rice injury and 100 = rice death. ^{b}Plots that did not receive clomazone were treated with propanil plus quinclorac. ^{c}Means followed by a different letter within a column are significantly different according to the Tukey’s test (P ≤ 0.05). ^{d}Means were not different according to Ftest at P ≤ 0.05.
