International Journal of Agronomy / 2012 / Article / Tab 1

Research Article

Sesame (Sesamum indicum L.) Growth and Yield as Influenced by Preemergence Herbicides

Table 1

Sesame stand response to preemergence herbicides at two locations in Texas.

LorenzoUvalde
200720072008
Treatment Rate28 DAT 134 DAT 28 DAT127 DAT194 DAT
kg ai/ha Plants/m

Untreated 35 21 40 30 43
Diuron (1/2X) 0.6 41 22 41 34 42
   (1X) 1.2 31 20 48 31 40
   (2X) 2.4 25 17 39 22 44
Linuron (1/2X) 0.6 36 22 40 31 40
     (1X) 1.2 27 18 49 28 37
     (2X) 2.4 17 21 44 29 39
S-metolachlor (1/2X) 0.7 32 22 64 26 44
       (1X) 1.4 25 16 37 27 47
       (2X) 2.8 32 19 41 29 45
Linuron + diuron (1/2X)0.3 + 0.3 40 22 46 33 46
       (1X)0.6 + 0.6 31 21 48 27 43
       (2X)1.2 + 1.2 28 20 43 32 43
LSD (0.05) 15 NS NS NS NS

DAT: days after treatment; NS: not significant at 5% level of significance.

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