Quantcast Response of Lawn Weeds to Herbicides

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AFM 91-19 / TM 5-629 / NAVFAC MO-314
Attachment 2
24 May 1989
143
RESPONSE OF LAWN WEEDS TO HERBICIDES
Control  1
Type of
Weed
2,4-D
MCPA
dicamba mecoprop
plant
G
F
Bindweed, field
F
G
Perennial
Convolvulus arvensis
G
G
Buttercup, creeping
Perennial
G
E
Ranunculus repens
E
E
Chickweed, common
Annual
G
F
Stellaria media
G
Chickweed, mouseear
F
F
E
Perennial
Cerastium vulgatum
Cinquefoil, Canada
E
Perennial
VG
G
-
Potentilla canadensis
--
Cinquefoil, sulphur
G
E
Perennial
VG
P. recta
Clover, white
P
E
VG
Perennial
P
Trifolium repens
Clover, bur
F
F
E
E
Annual
Medicago polymorpha
E
F
Daisy, English
Perennial
P
P
Bellis perennis
F
F
Dandelion
E
Perennial
E
Taraxacum officinale
F
Dock, curly
G
VG
Perennial
VG
Rumex crispus
--
Garlic, wild
F
F
Perennial
G
Allium vineale
--
G
Ground ivy
F
G
Perennial
Glecoma hederacea
--
E
Henbit
Annual
F
F
Lamium amplexicaule
P
F
P
Ivy, English
P
Perennial
Hedera helix
--
P
E
Knawel, annual
P
Annual
Scleranthus annuus
F
E
F
Knotweed, prostrate
F
Annual
Polygonum aviculare
G
G
Medic, black
Annual
G
G
Medicago lupulina
--
--
--
Moneywort
E
Perennial
Lysimachia nummularia
P
P
Nutsedge, purple
Perennial
F
P
Cyperus rotundus
P
P
Nutsedge, yellow
Perennial
F
P
C. esculentus
--
--
Pennywort, lawn
E
Perrenial
VG
Hydrocotyle rotundifolia
1
Indicates the general susceptibility of the weed to an herbicide; E = excellent, VG = very good, G = good, F = fair, and P = poor.
For further information. consult individual labels and local authorities. Further research may result in change in some of the current
effectiveness ratings. A dash indicates effectiveness is not known.





 


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