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N. Soltani, P. H. Sikkema and D. E. Robinson, “Sweet Corn (Zea mays) Hybrids Responses to Thifensulfuron-Methyl,” HortScience, Vol. 40, 2005, pp. 1381-1383.

has been cited by the following article:

  • TITLE: Response of Eight Sweet Maize (Zea mays L.) Hybrids to Saflufenacil Alone or Pre-Mixed with Dimethenamid-P

    AUTHORS: Darren E. Robinson, Nader Soltani, Peter H. Sikkema

    KEYWORDS: Cob Size; Height; Injury; Preemergence; Tolerance; Yield

    JOURNAL NAME: American Journal of Plant Sciences, Vol.3 No.1, December 31, 2011

    ABSTRACT: Saflufenacil is a new herbicide for use in field maize (Zea mays L.) and other crops that may have potential for weed management in sweet maize. Tolerance of eight sweet maize hybrids to saflufenacil and saflufenacil plus dimethenamid-p applied preemergence (PRE) were studied at two Ontario locations in 2008 and 2009. Saflufenacil applied PRE at 75 and 150 g·ha–1 and saflufenacil plus dimethenamid-p (pre-mixed) applied PRE at 735 and 1470 g·ha–1 caused minimal (less than 5%) injury in Cahill, GH4927, Harvest Gold, Rocker, BSS5362, GG236, GG447, and GG763 sweet maize hybrids at 1 and 2 weeks after emergence (WAE). Saflufenacil or saflufenacil plus dimethenamid-p applied PRE did not reduce plant height, cob size, or yield of any of the sweet maize hybrids tested in this study. Based on these results, saflufenacil and saflufenacil plus dimethenamid-p pre-mixed applied PRE at the doses evaluated can be safely used for weed management in Cahill, GH4927, Harvest Gold, Rocker, BSS5362, GG236, GG447, and GG763 sweet maize under Ontario environmental conditions.