|Baker, Raymond - WASHINGTON ST. UNIV.|
Submitted to: Proceedings of the Washington Mint Growers Winter Conference
Publication Type: Proceedings
Publication Acceptance Date: December 1, 2007
Publication Date: December 4, 2007
Citation: Boydston, R.A., Baker, R. 2007. Weed Research in Mint. Proceedings of the Washington Mint Growers Winter Conference. December 2007. Pg 51-54. Technical Abstract: Weeds present in peppermint and spearmint reduce mint oil yield and quality. Flumioxazin combinations with clomazone and pendimethalin applied to dormant peppermint controlled prickly lettuce and flixweed without significant injury to the crop. Low rates of flumioxazin and sulfentrazone applied immediately after the first cutting of hay and prior to mint regrowth, controlled redroot pigweed with minimal peppermint injury. Fluroxypyr controlled prickly lettuce well in peppermint when applied alone, but activity on prickly lettuce was reduced in tank mixtures with bromoxynil.