Table 1: Significance of main effects and interactions for percent visual injury, dry weight, height, seed moisture content, and yield of dry bean treated with PRE applications of sulfentrazone, imazethapyr, or sulfentrazone plus imazethapyr. Means followed by the same letter within a column are not significantly different according to Fisher’s Protected LSD at . Means for a main effect were separated only if there was no significant interaction involving that main effecta.

Main effectsbDry bean injury Dry weight (g)Height (cm)Moisture (%)Yield (T/ha)
1 WAE2 WAEc (%)4 WAE

Type of dry bean NS**NS**NS**
White 175615417.63.5a
Herbicide treatment (rate in g ai/ha) NS****NS**NSNS
Sulfentrazone (105)021725517.92.7
Sulfentrazone (140)132725617.72.6
Sulfentrazone (280)2118635318.02.6
Imazethapyr (37.5)011665517.32.7
Sulfentrazone + imazethapyr (105 + 37.5)132705417.62.7
Sulfentrazone + imazethapyr (140 + 37.5)143705417.42.6
Sulfentrazone + imazethapyr (280 + 3 7.5)2117645117.62.6
Sulfentrazone versus sulfentrazone + imazethapyr4 versus 47 versus 76 versus 669 versus 6854 versus 53 18.1 versus 17.8*2.6 versus 2.6
Imazethapyr versus sulfentrazone + imazethapyr 1 versus 4* 2 versus 7** 1 versus 6*66 versus 6855 versus 5317.6 versus 17.82.7 versus 2.6

Abbreviations: WAE: week after crop emergence; H: herbicide treatment; NS: not significant at level; PRE: preemergence; T: type of dry bean.
bSignificance at and levels denoted by * and **, respectively.
cRidgetown 2010 values not included (all values zero, could not be combined with other environments).