​​Sequential Application Timings for Liberty and Engenia

February 2020 | 4 min., 07 sec.
by Grace Flusche Ogden
Texas Tech University

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​The objective of this study was to determine the optimal timing window (3, 7, or 10 days) between initial and sequential applications of two rates of Liberty (32 and 43 oz/A) and one rate of Engenia (12.8 oz/A). The 10-day window between initial and sequential applications of 43 oz/A of Liberty and 12.8 oz/A of Engenia was the most optimal for 2019.

About the Presenter

Grace Flusche OgdenGrace Flusche Ogden is a master’s student (under the advisement of Dr. Peter Dotray) studying weed science at Texas Tech University. Her thesis project is evaluating managing Palmer amaranth with glufosinate in auxin herbicide systems. Grace received her bachelor’s degree from Oklahoma State University (OSU) in Stillwater. Upon graduating from Texas Tech University in May 2020, Grace plans to return to OSU to earn a PhD.​

Contact Information:
Email: Grace.Ogden@ttu.edu


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