Plum

Pest Management Guidelines


Susceptibility of Weeds to Herbicide Control

(Reviewed 5/06, updated 4/09)

In this Guideline: More about weeds in plum:

Susceptibility of Winter Weeds to Herbicide Control in Plum
Customize LIST OF WEEDS
 
ANNUAL WEEDS
barley, hare
bluegrass, annual
brome, downy
brome, ripgut
canarygrass
clovers
cudweeds
fiddlenecks
filarees
groundsel, common
henbit
mallow, little
miner's lettuce
mustards
nettle, burning
oat, wild
Pineapple-weed
polypogon, rabbitfoot
radish, wild
redmaids
rocket, London
ryegrasses
Shepherd's-purse
Preemergence

FLM

ISO

NAP

NOR

ORY

OXY

PEN

PRO

TRI

THI
NCCCPCCCC
CNCCCPCCCC
NCCCNCCCC
NCCCCCCC
NCCCPCCCC
CPPNNPNNNC
PCCNNNNNC
CCCCCCCC
CCCPNCNNPC
CCCPNCNNNC
CCNPPCCCCC
CPPPPCNPNP
CCCCPCC
CCPPNCNCNP
CCPCPCCPPC
CNCPPPPPPC
CCPNCNNNC
NCCNCC
CNPNCNPNN
CCCCCCCC
CCPNCNCNP
NCCCNCCCC
CCPPNCCCNC
Postemergence

CLE

FLU

GLY

MSM

OXY

PAR*

SET

24D*
CCCNPPCN
CNCCPPNN
CPCPNPPN
CPCPNPCN
CCCNPPCN
NNPNPPNP
NNCNPNNP
NNCNCCNP
NPPNCPNP
NNCNCCNP
NNCNCCNP
NNPNCNNN
NNCNCNN
NNCNPCNC
NNNNPPNP
CCCNNPCN
NNCNPNN
CCCNPCN
NNCNPPNC
NNCCCNC
NNCNCCNC
CCC2PNPCN
NNCNPCNC
Combinations
ORY
OXY
GLY1
OXY
PC
CC
PC
PC
C
PP
NC
C
PC
CC
CC
CC
C
PC
PP
PC
C
C
PC
CC
CC
NC
PC
Susceptibility of Spring and Summer Weeds to Herbicide Control in Plum
Customize LIST OF WEEDS
 
ANNUAL WEEDS
barnyardgrass
chickweed, common
cockleburs
crabgrasses
fleabane, hairy
foxtails
cudweeds
filarees
goosefoot, nettleleaf
goosegrass
groundcherries
horseweed
junglerice
knotweed, common
lambsquarters, common
lettuce, prickly
lovegrass
nightshades
pigweeds
puncturevine
purslane, common
sandburs
sowthistles
sprangletops
spurge, spotted
starthistle, yellow
thistle, Russian
Willowherb, panicle-leaf
witchgrass
PERENNIAL WEEDS
bermudagrass (Se)
bermudagrass (Pr)
bindweed, field (Se)
bindweed, field (Pr)
blackberries
dallisgrass (Se)
dallisgrass (Pr)
dandelion (Se)
dandelion (Pr)
dock, curly (Se)
dock, curly (Pr)
fescues
fluvellins
johnsongrass (Se)
johnsongrass (Pr)
nutsedge, yellow
nutsedge, purple
oxalis, buttercup
plantain, buckhorn (Se)
plantain, buckhorn (Pr)
Preemergence

FLM

ISO

NAP

NOR

ORY

OXY

PEN

PRO

TRI

THI
PNCPCPCCCC
CCCPCNCCCC
CPCCNCNNNC
PNCPCNCCCC
CPNPNPNNNC
PNCCCNCCCC
PCCNNNNNC
CCCPNCNNPC
CCCCCPCCC
PNCCNCCCC
CNCPCNCNC
CPNPNPNNNP
PNCCCPCPCC
CCPCPCCCP
CCCPCCCCCC
CCPNCNNNC
PNCPCPCCCC
CCNCNCNCN
CCCPCCCNCP
CPNCPCCNPP
CCCPCCCCCC
NCPCNCCC
CCCPNCNPNC
NCPCNCCP
CCNPPPCPNP
NCNNN
CPCCPPPPPP
CPNPPC
NCPCCCCC
 
NCCCNCNNN
NNPNNNNNN
CNPPNPNPC
CNNNNNNPP
NNNNNNN
NCNCNCCCC
NNNNNNNNN
CNPNP
NNNNNNNN
CPNPCCCCC
NNNNNNNNN
NCCPCCC
CNCCCNCCCC
NNPNNNNNN
PNNPNNNNNP
NNNPNNNNNP
CNPCPPC
PPNP
PPNNNNNNNN
Postemergence

CLE

FLU

GLY

MSM

OXY

PAR*

SET

24D*
CPCNNPCN
NNCCPCNP
NNCPCCNC
CCCCPCCN
NNCNPPNP
CCCNCCN
NNCNPNNP
NPPNCPNP
NNCNPCNC
CCCCNPN
NNCPCCNC
NNCNPPNC
CPCNPCN
NNPNPCNP
NNCNCCNC
NNCNCPNC
CCCPNPCN
NNCPCCNC
NNCNCCNP
NNCPPCNC
NNPPCCNC
CPCPNPPN
NNCNCPNC
CPCNPPPN
NNCNNCNC
NNCNNCNC
NNCPPCNP
NNPNNNC
CCCPNNCN
 
CCCNNPCN
PPPNNNPN
NNCNNPNC
NNPNNNNP
NNCNNNNP
CCCCNNCN
PPPCNNPN
NNCNNPNC
NNPNNNNC
NNCNCPNC
NNPNNNNP
PPCNNPPN
NNPN
CCCCNCCN
PPPNNNPN
NNPCNNNN
NNPCNNNN
NNCPPNP
NNCNCNC
NNPNNNP
Combinations
ORY
OXY
GLY1
OXY
CC
CC
CC
CC
PC
CC
PC
CC
CC
C
CC
PC
CC
CP
CC
CC
CC
CC
CC
PC
CP
PC
CC
C
PC
C
PC
CP
CC
 
CC
NP
PC
NP
C
PC
NP
C
P
CC
NN
CC
P
CC
NP
NP
NP
C
C
P

Weed Legend
Se = seedling   Pr = perennial plant

Ratings Legend
C= control P= partial control N= no control = no information

Chemical Legend
24D = 2,4-D* (Orchard Master)
CLE = clethodim (Select Max)
FLM = flumioxazin (Chateau)
FLU = fluazifop-p-butyl (Fusilade)
GLY = glyphosate (Roundup)
ISO = isoxaben (Gallery)
MSM = MSMA (MSMA 6 Plus)
NAP = napropamide (Devrinol)
NOR = norflurazon (Solicam)
 
ORY = oryzalin (Surflan)
OXY = oxyfluorfen (GoalTender)
PAR = paraquat* (Gramoxone)
PEN = pendimethalin (Prowl H20)
PRO = pronamide (Kerb)
SET = sethoxydim (Poast)
THI = thiazopyr (Visor)
TRI = trifluralin (Treflan)
 

Comments
*   Permit required from county agricultural commissioner for purchase or use.
1   At rates used for annual weeds, control of perennials is less than expected with high label rates.
2   Some populations in California are known to be resistant.

[Precautions]

PUBLICATION

[UC Peer Reviewed]

UC IPM Pest Management Guidelines: Plum
UC ANR Publication 3462

Weeds
A. Shrestha, Kearney Agricultural Center, Parlier
W. T. Lanini, Weed Science/Plant Sciences, UC Davis
F. J. A. Niederholzer, UC Cooperative Extension, Sutter-Yuba counties

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