|Table 1. Effect of sequential annual herbicide applications on honeyvine milkweed control in Kansas (5).|
|Herbicide(s)||Rate/A||1 trtmt.||2 trtmts||3 trtmts|
|Roundup + 2,4-D||1.5 qt + 1 qt||79||69||89|
|Roundup + Banvel||1.5 qt + 1 pt||90||81||88|
|2,4-D + Banvel||1 qt + 1 pt||58||51||77|
|aControl calculated from stem density counts following treatment as the % of the pretreatment density|
|bYAT = year after treatment|
|Table 2. Honeyvine milkweed control in no-till corn with POST herbicides in Middlesex County, Virginia (3).|
|Herbicidea||Rate/A||End of Season|
H. Milkweed Control
|2, 4-D||1 pt||51|
|Exceed + Banvel||1 oz+1/4 pt||74|
|Exceed + Distinct||1 oz + 6 ozs||75|
|Exceed + 2, 4-D||1 oz + 1/2 pt||58|
|Permit||1 1/3 ozs||48|
|Permit + Banvel||1 1/3 ozs+1/4 pt||79|
|Permit + Distinct||1 1/3 ozs + 6 ozs||83|
|Permit + 2, 4-D||1 1/3 ozs + 1/2 pt||83|
|Beacon + Banvel||3/4 oz+1/4 pt||59|
|Beacon + Distinct||3/4 oz + 6 ozs||74|
|Beacon + 2, 4-D||3/4 oz + 1/2 pt||76|
|Callisto||0.094 lbs ai||48|
|Callisto + Banvel||0.094 lbs ai + 1/4 pt||78|
|Callisto + Distinct||0.094 lbs ai + 6 ozs||89|
|Callisto + 2, 4-D||0.094 lbs ai + 1/2 pt||63|
|aAll Exceed, Permit, Beacon, and Callisto treatments applied with 1/4 % (v/v) non-ionic surfactant.|
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