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Proceedings: 2nd International Conference on Food and Agricultural Economics: INFLUENCE OF LATE TREATMENT WITH ANTIBROADLEAVED HERBICIDES DURING STEM ELONGATION STAGE OF DURUM WHEAT ON GRAIN QUALITY

Grozi Delchev

No 296723, 2nd International Conference on Food and Agricultural Economics, April 27-28, 2018, Alanya, Turkey from International Conference on Food and Agricultural Economics

Abstract: The research was conducted during 2012 - 2014 on pellicvertisol soil type. Under investigation was Bulgarian durum wheat cultivar Victoria (Triticum durum var. valenciae). A total of 20 antibroadleaved herbicides were investigated: Granstar 75 DF, Granstar super 50 SG, Ally max SG, Arat, Biathlon 4 D, Derby super WG, Mustang 306.25 SC, Weedmaster 646 CL, Sunsac, Secator OD, Logran 60 WG, Lintur 70 WG, Akurat 60 WG, Akurat extra WG, Eagle 75 DF, Herbaflex, Starane 250 EK, Sanafen, Dicotex 400 and Herby 675. All herbicides were treated in 1-st, 2-nd and 3-rdstem node stages of durum wheat.During 1-st stem node stage of durum wheat can to be used the antibroadleaved herbicides Arat, Biathlon, Derby super, Mustang, Weedmaster, Secator, Lintur,Akurat,Akurat extra, Eagle,Starane,Sanafen,Dicotex and Herby.These herbicides do not have negative influence on grain yield. During 2-nd stem node stage of durum wheat can to be used the herbicides Arat, Biathlon, Derby super, Mustang, Secator, Lintur,Akurat,Akurat extra, Starane,Dicotex and Herby. During 3-rd stem node stage of durum wheat can to be used only the herbicides Arat, Biathlon, Derby super, Secator, Lintur,Akurat,Akurat extra and Starane. Herbicides Weedmaster, Mustang, Logran, Eagle, Dicotxs and Herby decrease of some physical or biochemical properties of grain and should not be used during stem elongation stage of durum wheat crop for commodity production. Herbicides Arat, Biathlon, Derby super, Secator, Lintur, Akurat, Akurat extra and Starane can be applied without the risk of reducing of durum wheat grain quality.These eight antibroadleaved herbicides are economically the most effective.

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Date: 2018-04
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DOI: 10.22004/ag.econ.296723

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