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“…Like S-metolachlor, the pendimethalin residual effect in the 2013/14 crop season was less than 30 days. The residual effect could be greater if this herbicide transpose the straw in no-tillage system (Araldi et al, 2015). In our studies, the herbicides were applied above 5.8 ton ha -1 of rye crop residues.…”
Section: Crabgrass Controlmentioning
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“…Like S-metolachlor, the pendimethalin residual effect in the 2013/14 crop season was less than 30 days. The residual effect could be greater if this herbicide transpose the straw in no-tillage system (Araldi et al, 2015). In our studies, the herbicides were applied above 5.8 ton ha -1 of rye crop residues.…”
Section: Crabgrass Controlmentioning
“…This indicates that the presence of straw on the soil surface hardly interferes in herbicide retention consequently leading to weed control availability in low rainfall conditions. For other acidic herbicides, such as metribuzin and hexazinone, only 13 and 18 mm of rain were required, respectively, to leach 90% of the products, even in the presence of 10 t/ha of sugar cane straw (Araldi et al ., 2015). Both aforementioned studies indicate the need for adaptation of management strategies according to season, as acid herbicides such as aminocyclopyrachlor tend to be more available for leaching even during drier periods.…”
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“…Previous laboratory and field studies on Brazilian soils evaluated the patterns of ATZ dissipation (Aquino et al, 2013;Correia et al, 2007) while others considered the role of straw (covering or mixed into the soil (Amadori et al, 2016;Araldi et al, 2015;Silva et al, 2016) or the extent of enhanced ATZ degradation (Bonfleur et al, 2010;Martinazzo et al, 2010). Nevertheless, a simultaneous study of ATZ degradation patterns with radiolabeled herbicide, focusing on the role of the straw cover simulating a no-tillage system has not so far been reported for Brazilian agricultural soils.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning