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Influence of soil temperature, planting depth, and herbicide rate on the response of potatoes (Solanum tuberosum L.) to trifluralin

Charles H. Huston

Influence of soil temperature, planting depth, and herbicide rate on the response of potatoes (Solanum tuberosum L.) to trifluralin

by Charles H. Huston

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Potatoes -- Weed control.,
  • Trifluralin.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Charles H. Huston.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationix, 57 leaves ;
    Number of Pages57
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16519762M

      At the temperature range of 8–12 °C the rate of respiration of potato tuber is minimum (Burton ). The most significant benefit of storing the potatoes within the temperature range of 8–12 °C is that this temperature range allows the minimum accumulation of reducing sugars in stored potato tubers (Smith ; Ezekiel et al. a, b Cited by: Relative Response of Weeds to Soil Residual Herbicides Applied PPI, PRE or EPOST a. Relative Response of Weeds to POST Herbicides a Maximizing Glyphosate (Roundup) Activity – Best Management Practices. 1. Use the correct rate. A. Annual grass species: to lb ae/A. B. Annual broadleaf species: to lb ae/A.

    Influence of soil-active herbicides on weed control with micro-rate programs in sugar beets. Malheur Experiment Station Special Report * Ransom, C., Rice, C.A, Ishida, J.K, (). Climate also influences the temperature of the soil, which determines the rate of chemical weathering. Climates that are warm and moist encourage rapid growth of plants. This leads to a high production of organic matter. The decomposition of organic matter is also accelerated in this type of climate.

    Early in the plant’s growth, the leaf blades are the major photosynthetic organs. The rate of leaf area establishment depends on temperature, but can be increased by high nitrogen fertilization and seeding rates. Duration and impact on yield. The duration of leaf function is . Weather and Crops 3 a threshold identified for a crop. For example, wheat has a threshold temperature of 45 °F. If the mean daily tempera-ture for a day is 46 °F (8 °C), one GDU will accumulate in that day. If the next day’s mean temperature is equal to 50 °F (10 °C), then 5 GDUs will accumulate for the day and 6File Size: KB.


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Influence of soil temperature, planting depth, and herbicide rate on the response of potatoes (Solanum tuberosum L.) to trifluralin by Charles H. Huston Download PDF EPUB FB2

Introduction. Soil mulching which covers the soil at the base of cultivated plants with a layer of protective material (Bégin et al., ) has been widely used in Korea for growing crops like benefits of mulching potatoes include saving irrigation water (Singh et al.,Wang and He, ), reducing soil erosion (Edwards et al., ) and leaching of fertilizer (Bégin et Cited by: 8.

In addition to seeding depth, soil temperature is also a factor in determining the rate and timing of emergence. Corn requires about GDDs using soil temperatures from planting to emergence. Assuming that they are controlled by soil temperature and moisture content, he used an Arrhenius type equation to describe the pesticide transformation rate.

The half-life of the herbicide atrazine in soil is temperature dependent (Rattanagreetakul et al., ).Cited by: Bioactivity: Soil temperature range of 10℃℃ influence soil respiration by increasing the activity of extracellular enzymes that degrade polymeric organic matter in soils Conant et al., 24 increase microbial retake of soluble substrates Allison et al., 25 and increase microbial respiration rates Wallenstein et al.

26 Increase in soil temperature increases the soil nitrogen mineralization rates through the increase in. rate > temperature > time of day > weed height. It is important to note that herbicide rate was the most important factor for both herbicides.

It is important to note that herbicide rate was the most important factor for both herbicides. Plants are complex organisms that respond rapidly to the environment around them. Soil temperature can be measured with a soil thermometer or gauge.

Most home vegetable gardeners use a soil thermometer—a thermometer attached to a metal probe several inches long which is inserted into the soil. The soil temperature for seed sowing should be taken between 1 and 3 inches deep.

The soil temperature for transplants should be taken at 4 to 6 inches deep. Temperature is one of four main functions controlling plant growth. In addition to temperature; water, nutrients, and light control commencement of growth, rate of growth, and cessation of growth.

Factors which can affect Soil temperature. There are many factors which affect soil temperature and determine how quickly it rises and falls. So, after determining the soil temperature data, go ahead and determine whether or not that soil is the right temperature for those early seeds.

If the soil temperature is not an average of 35 degrees, please don’t plant. The early bird never catches a worm. But, this. - response good - small size - Radiation Thermometer - measures surface temperature - measures infrared Diurnal and annual cycles See and in the textbook (Jury et al., ).

• Soil heats up during day, cools at night • Diurnal variations damped with depth • Peak shiftsFile Size: 59KB. Grain yield, plant height, and number of stems m-2 were affected by soil depth in both cultivars (P soil depth in 'Llareta-INIA' (P plant height (P Cited by: 7.

Soil temperature affects growth of root system components, initiation and branching, orientation and direction of growth, and root turnover. Genotypic differences in root response to soil temperature exist between and within plant species.

In natural soil profiles, root system expansion is affected by seasonal patterns of soil temperature. Experimental design. The seeds of A. artemisiifolia were collected at a ruderal site (48°43′″N; 16°58′″E) km south-east of the town of Lanžhot in S Moravia, the Czech Republic, in October We collected ∼ seeds from at least 50 plants in a population of hundreds of individuals growing in an area of ∼ m 2 at a soil by: Consequently, herbicide rates also have to be adjusted to the soil organic matter level.

Rates for soil-applied herbicides in the chemical weed control tables (Tablesand ) are for medium-textured (loam) soils with organic matter levels of 3 to 4 percent. Fine-tuning the rates for other soils can be done by consulting the.

Soil temperature is influenced by: climate, season, aspect, water levels, soil colour, plant cover and soil depth. The temperature in a soil will determine the speed of chemical and biological activity.

Clay soils take a long time to warm up but are also slower to cool down. The temperature in a sandy soil. Environmental conditions before, during, and after application influence herbicide coverage on the plant or soil surface, and absorption/ translocation within the plant.

This can ultimately affect the level of control achieved from an herbicide. Temperature, Moisture, Humidity. How did planting depth affect corn yields. - Grain yields, averaged across locations and hybrids, were. 13% and 15% greater for the and 3-inch planting depths, respectively, than the inch planting depth (Figure 3).

• At 8 of the 10 sites, yields of the 3-inch planting depth treatment exceeded those of the inch planting depthFile Size: 1MB. The majority of herbicide applied to the soil surface stays within the upper 2 to 3 inches of soil (Table 1).

In this research, less than % of the alachlor and metribuzin was recovered due to herbicide degradation between the time of application and sampling.

Soil temperature is simply the measurement of the warmth in the soil. Ideal soil temperatures for planting most plants are 65 to 75 F.

(18 to 24 C.). Nighttime and daytime soil. There are many factors related with soils which affect the plant response to applied fertilizers some of this factors include soils mineralogy,soil organic matter, pH,EC, depth,water availability.

Clean cultivating using herbicides (most commonly glyphosate, which is relatively benign) has profound effects on the soil structure. It has effects on the soil microlife, too. It’s generally a really bad idea, but it saves lots of money, and the vineyards look very tidy and orderly. Soil temperature can be critical for successful carrots.

At temperatures below 5 ºC they will struggle to germinate. Slightly higher temperatures and they could take up to 35 days to start. If you wait until the soil is 10 ºC germination will occur within ten days. Basically if the soil is chilly to touch do not plant.

Both corn and soybean are susceptible to extreme heat (and water) stress during early vegetative stages as well as later critical growth stages (pollination for corn and flowering for soybean).

Extreme heat stress can reduce plant photosynthetic and transpiration efficiencies and negatively impact plant root development, which collectively can negatively impact yield.

The author recommends.Gardeners can expect particular soil temperatures to bring particular results. Most cool-loving garden vegetables germinate only when the soil reaches an average 45 degrees.

Seeds for warm-loving plants wait until typical temperatures are 55 F. The only sure way to know when it’s safe to plant is to take the soil’s temperature.