Biosecurity, pests, weeds and diseases
This trial was conducted to confirm the results of 86WH53 and 87WH64. The trial commenced in September and in a glasshouse thus temperatures were higher and growth faster then in the field trials.
There are no significant effects of soil applied Glean or Hoegrass, and no interaction between the two herbicides.
In contrast, there is a very significant stunting of plants by Glean applied post emergence if Hoegrass is co-applied, but not by Glean alone.
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Piper, T, and Pigott, P. (1987), Effects of residue levels of Glean on lupin growth, and possible synergism by Hoegrass.. Department of Agriculture and Food, Western Australia, Perth. Report.