Group Title: Agronomy and Plant Pathology mimeo ;
Title: Responses of weeds to foliage sprays of 2, 4-D /
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Title: Responses of weeds to foliage sprays of 2, 4-D /
Physical Description: 4 leaves : ; 28 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Burt, E. O. ( Evert O )
West, Erdman, 1894-
University of Florida -- Agricultural Experiment Station
Publisher: Florida Agricultural Experiment Station
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla
Publication Date: June, 1958
Copyright Date: 1958
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Subject: Weeds -- Control -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Genre: non-fiction   ( marcgt )
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Statement of Responsibility: compiled by E.O. Burt and Erdman West.
General Note: Florida Agricultural Experiment Station agronomy and plant pathology mimeo 58-1
General Note: "June 1958."
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Bibliographic ID: UF00090267
Volume ID: VID00001
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 309843233

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A-.onomy and Plant
Pathology Mimeo 58-1


RESPONSES OF WEEDS


TO

FOLIAGE SPRAYS OF 2,4-D


Compiled by:

E.O. Burt, Assistant Agronomist

and

Erdman West, Botanist


Florida Agricultural Experiment Station
Gainesville, Florida


Classification Guide


A------means usually annual

B------means usually biennial

P------means usually perennial

Sus----means usually quite susceptible to 2,4-D

Inter--means usually susceptible to 2,4-D at higher rates or with
repeat treatments


Res----means usually
sprays is not


resistant so that control with 2,4-D foliage
practical


COMMON NAME SCIENTIFIC NAME CLASSIFICATION


Alligator weed
American lotus
Arrowhead
Asters

Bedstraws
Beggarticks
Beggarweed, creeping
Betony, Florida
Bindweed, field
Bitterweed (yellow dog
fennel)
Black-eyed Susan
Black medic
sladderwort
Bouncing bet


Alternanthera philoxeroides
Nelumbo pentapetala
Sagittaria spp.
Aster spp.

Galium spp.
Bidens spp.
Meibomia cana
Stachys floridana
Convolvulus arvensis

Helenium tenuifolium
Rudbeckia serotina
Medicago lupulina
Utricularia sp.
Saponaria officinalis


Jule 1958


Inter
Sus
Inter
Inter

Res
Inter
Res
Inter
Inter

Sus
Inter
Inter
Res
Res










COMMON NAME SCIENTIFIC NAME CLASSIFICATION
J J r ri i i


Bracken fern
Broom sedge
Button weed

Cactus
Cattails
Carpetweed
Carrot, wild
Chickweed, common
Chickweed, mouse-ear
Cockleburs
Coffeeweed, common
Coffeeweed, bagpod
Comfrey
Corn spurry
Croton
Crownbeard

Dock, curled and
smooth
Dogbane, spreading
Dog fennel, tall

Evening primrose

Fleabane, daisy
Four-o'clock

Galinsoga

Goatweed
Goldenrods
Grasses
Ground cherry


Hedge bindweed
Hemlock, water
Henbit
Hoary vervain
Hornwort
Horse nettle
Horseweed

Indian mustard

Jimson weed


Pteridium aquilinum
Andropogon virginicus
Diodia teres

Opuntia spp.
Typha spp.
Mollugo verticillata
Daucus carota
Stellaria media
Cerastium vulgatum
Xanthium spp.
Cassia Tora
Glottidium vesicarium
Symphytum officinale
Spergula arvensis
Croton glandulosus
Vebesina sp.

Rumex crispus and
altissimus
Apocynum androsaemifolium
Eupatorium capillifolium

Oenothera biennis

Erigeron annuus or ramosus
Mirabilis nyctaginea

Galinsoga ciliata or
paruiflora
Croton capitatus
Solidago spp.
Gramineae
Physalis heterophylla
and spp.

Convolvulus sepium
Cicuta curtissii
Lamium amplexicaule
Verbena strict
Ceratophyllum demersum
Solanum carolinense
Erigeron canadensis

Brassica juncea

Datura stramonium


Polygonum spp.


P Res
P Res
P Inter

P Res
P Inter
A Sus
A Sus
A Inter
P Inter
A Sus
A Sus
A Sus
P Inter
A Inter
A Sus
P Inter


P Inter
P Res
P Inter

B Sus

A Inter
P Sus


A Sus
A Sus
P Inter
A Res

P Res


Sus
Inter
Inter
Res
Res
Res
Sus


A Sus

A Sus


Khotweeds


A Inter









COMMON NAME SCIENTIFIC NAME CLASSIFICATION


Lamb's-quarters
Lawn pennywort
Lettuce, wild

Mallow, Indian
(Velvet leaf)
Marsh elder
Marsh fleabane
Mat spurge
Milkweeds
Morning glory
(annual)
Mullen, common
Mustard, black
Mustard, hedge

Nettles, stinging
Night-flowering
catchfly
Nutgrass or nutsedge


Pennywort
Pepper grass, common
Pigweed, green
Pigweed, prostrate
Pigweed, red-rot or
rough
Pigweed, spiny
Plantain, common
Plantain, English or
buckhorn
Plantain, Rugel's
Pokeweed or Pokeberry
Prostrate vervain
Purslane
Pusley, Florida

Rabbit clover
Rabbit tobacco
Radish, wild
Ragweed, common

Salt Bush
Sand burs
Sesbania
Skeleton weed
(Rushweed)
Smartweeds
(Lady's Thumb)


Chenopodium album
Hydrocotyle umbellata
Lactuca spp.


Abutilon theophrasti
Iva xanthifolia
Pluchea spp.
Euphorbia spp.
Asclepias spp.

Ipomoea spp.
Verbascum thapsus
Brassica nigra
Sisymbrium officinale

Urtica spp.

Silene noctiflora
Cyperus rotundus and
esculentus

Hydrocotyle spp.
Lepidium virginicum
Amaranthus hybridus
Amaranthus graecizans

Amaranthus retroflexus
Amaranthus spinosus
Plantage major

Plantago lanceolata
Plantago rugelii
Phytolacca americana
Verbena bracteata
Portulaca oleracea
Richardia scabra

Trifolium arvense
Gnaphalium obtusifolium
Raphanus raphanistrum
Ambrosia artemisiifolia

Atriplex spp.
Cenchrus spp.
Sesbania macrocarpa

Lygodesmia juncea
Polygonum pennsylvanicum
and persicaria


Sus
Sue
Inter


Sus
Sus
Sus
Inter
Res

Sus
Res
Sus
Sus


P Inter

A Res

P Inter


Sus
Sus
Sus
Sus

Sus
Sus
Sus

Sus
Sus
Inter
Sus
Inter
Sus

Sus
Sus
Sus
Sus

Sus
Res
Sus


P Sus

A Inter










COMMON NAME SCIENTIFIC NAME CLASSIFICATION


Sorrel, sheep
Sow thistle, common
annual
Sow thistle, spiny
annual
Spanish needles
Spiderwort
Spikerush
Spiny waterleaf
Spurges, annual
Spurge, cypress
Sticktight
St. John's wort
Sunflower
Sunflowers (perennial)
Sweet clovers
Swine cress

Tansy mustard
Thistle, bull
Toadflax, blue
Toothcup
Trumpet creeper
Tule

Vervains
Vetches, wild
Violet

Water lily
Water primrose
Weak rush
Wild onion
Wild sweet potato
Wood sorrel


Rumex acetosella

Sonchus oleraceus

Sonchus asper
Bidens spp.
Commelinia longicaulis
Eleocharis quadrangulata
Hydrolea quadrivalvis
Euphorbia spp.
Euphorbia cyparissias
Bidens spp.
Hypericum spp.
Helianthus annuus
Helianthus spp.
Melilotus spp.
Coronopus didymus

Descurainia sophia
Cirsium
Linaria canadensis
Rotala ramosior
Campsis radicans
Scirpus spp.

Verbena spp.
Vicia spp.
Viola spp.

Nymphaea odorata
Jussiaca grandiflora
Juncus effusus
Allium sp.
Ipomoea pandurata
Oxalis sp.


P Inter

A Sus


Sus
Sus
Sus
Sus
Sus
Res
Inter
Sus
Res
Inter
Sus
Sus
Sus

Sus
Sus
Inter
Sus
Sus
Inter

Sus
Sus
Res

Inter
Sus
Inter
Inter
Sus
Res


Note -- Some resistant weeds and many species of brush are
more susceptible to 2,4,5-T than to 2,4-D.




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