Efficacy of Rinskor™ (florpyrauxifen-benzyl ester) on Herbicide Resistant Barnyardgrass (Echinochloa crus-galli) in Rice Fields of Mekong Delta, Vietnam
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Barnyardgrass (Echinochloa crus-galli) seed samples were collected in rice fields in different locations at Mekong delta in Vietnam for herbicide resistance tests. The ALS-resistant and synthetic auxin-resistant E. crus-galli were confirmed at several locations in the Mekong Delta. The average LD90 value of bispyribac, penoxsulam and quinclorac for assessed weed populations was 33.1, 15.1 and 550.2 g a.i.ha−1 respectively. There were cross resistant barnyardgrass populations to bispyribac and penoxsulam, the LD90 value of the two ALS inhibitors for E. crus-galli was positively correlated at R2=0.39, the cross resistant population was 33.3% of total sample. The correlation analysis was not useful to evaluate the multiple resistance between quinclorac and the two ALS inhibitors, the R2 value was lower than 0.05, however, the percentage of multiple resistance weed was 36.2% of population. There was no cross resistance or multiple resistance among the 3 tested herbicides and the new synthetic auxin herbicide Rinskor™. All tested weed samples, including quinclorac-resistant populations, were effectively controlled by Rinskor™. There was no difference between control from Rinskor™ in the different herbicide resistant populations. Average LD90 value of Rinskor™ in all tested barnyardgrass was 17.1 g a.i ha−1.
Key wordsHerbicide resistance rice Echinochloa crus-galli barnyardgrass ALS inhibitor quinclorac Rinskor™
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