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Study the efficiency of atlantis and its mixture with some herbicides for weeds controlling of wheat

Zainab Zalaghi, Saeed Saeedipoor

Department of Agronomy, College of Agriculture, Shoushtar Branch, Islamic Azad University, Shoushtar, Iran

Key words: Herbicides, Post-emergence, Weeds, Wheat.

Abstract

World-demand-for-wheat-is-constantly-growing.-Image-via-Shutterstock.com_In order to study the efficiency of Atlantis dual purpose herbicide (Mezosulfuron+ Iodosulfuron) and its blend with some herbicides for weeds controlling of wheat field weeds, an experiment has been conducted in completely randomized blocks design with 7 treatments and 4 repetitions in 2011-2012. Treatments included post-emergence application of Atlantis herbicide with two doses of 1 and 1.5 Lha-1, the blend of Atlantis herbicide with the dose of 1.5 Lha-1 + Bromicide MA with two doses of 0.5 and 1 Lha-1, the blend of Atlantis herbicides with the dose of 1.5 Lha-1 + Duplosan Super with two doses of 1 and 2 Lha-1, and weedy treatment as check. The results indicated that the blend of Atlantis with the dose of 1.5 L+ Duplosan Super with the dose of 2 L was the best opting for controlling broad leaves weed like ivy and clover, and displayed a significant differences with other treatments. After that, the blend of Atlantis with the dose of 1.5 Lha-1+Bromicide MA with the dose of 1 Lha-1showed the highest extent of control. Atlantis with the dose of 1.5 Lha-1 statistically was the best treatment to control narrow leaves weed. The highest performance of grain yield that is 6075.3 kg ha-1 obtained from blending Atlantis with the dose of 1.5 Lha-1 + Duplosan Super with the dose of 2 Lha-1. The superiority of this treatment mainly was due to the more importance of broad leaves weed in the experimental field.

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