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  • n. Plural form of broadleaf.

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Examples

  • We will be replanting with native broadleaves as soon as possible.

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  • In addition, when used as part of a fall burndown program, it provides residual control of a number of small-seeded broadleaves and winter annual weeds including henbit, chickweed, pigweed, marestail, lambsquarters and waterhemp, according to product manufacturer FMC.

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  • Authority MTZ controls a variety of broadleaves that have exhibited resistance to glyphosate and/or ALS herbicides.

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  • The Kixor technology uses a PPO inhibitor that features a new mode of action aimed at broadleaves, including hard to control weeds like giant ragweed and Russian thistle that have, in some cases, become resistant to glyphosate, triazines, and ALS inhibitors.

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  • A forestry study presented at this same congress also shows a shift in production from cold adapted coniferous species such as Norway spruce to more heat tolerant broadleaves like oak that would create significant net losses in the value of forestland in Europe.

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  • This new herbicide offers the flexibility and convenience rice producers need to control even the toughest grasses and broadleaves.

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  • Huskie uses a new active ingredient pyrasulfotole, to control winter annual broadleaves.

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  • Small broadleaves can be effectively killed with the glyphosates.

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  • "A past problem with winter annual broadleaves and grasses will in most cases be a problem this year."

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  • Skirvin said that 1 / 100th of the amount of 2, 4-D commonly used on corn to kill broadleaves, will kill grapes.

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