Agriculture: Dry Beans Pest Management Guidelines

Susceptibility of Weeds to Herbicide Control

PREEMERGENCE
EPT EFL FLM MTR MCH OXY PEN TRI
Annual broadleaves
chickweed, common C C C C C P C C
clovers N P C P N N
cocklebur, common N P N P N N N N
cudweeds P P P N N N N N
dodders N N N N C C C
fiddleneck, coast C C C C N C C C
filarees P C C C N P P N
fleabane, hairy C P P N N C N N
goosefoot, nettleleaf C C C C P C C C
groundcherries C P C P C C N N
groundsel, common C C C P N C N N
henbit C P C N N P P C
horseweed C P C N N P N N
knotweed, common P P N N N C C C
lambsquarters, common C C C C P P C C
lettuce, miner's P N C C
lettuce, prickly C C P C N P N N
mallow, little N P C P P C P N
morningglory, annual C P C N N C N P
mustards N P C C N C P N
nettle, burning C P C C C P N
nightshade, black C C C N P P N N
nightshade, hairy P P C P C C N N
pigweeds C C C C C C C C
pineappleweed C P P P N N
puncturevine N N C P P P
purslane, common C C C P C C C C
radish, wild N P C C N C N N
redmaids C C C P C C
rocket, London C N P C N C P N
shepherd's-purse P P C C P C P N
sowthistle, annual C C P C P C N N
spurge, spotted
sunflowers N P P N C N N
swinecress, lesser
thistle, Russian P C C C P P P P
velvetleaf P N P P P N N
Annual grasses
barley, hare C C N C P P P C
barnyardgrass C C C P C P C C
bluegrass, annual C C C C C P C C
brome, ripgut C C N C P N C C
canarygrass C C N C C P C C
crabgrass, large C C C C C N C C
fescue C C N N C C
foxtails C C C P P N C C
junglerice C C P P C P C C
lovegrass C C P C P C C
oat, wild C C N P N P P C
panicum, fall C C C C C N C C
rabbitfootgrass C C C P C C
rescuegrass C C P C C
ryegrass, Italian C N N C C N C C
sandbur C N C C N C C
sprangletop C N N C N C C
witchgrass C N C P C C
Perennials (seed)
bermudagrass C N N N N C C
bindweed, field N N N N N N P P
dallisgrass C N N C N C C
johnsongrass C C N N C N C C
Perennials (established)
bermudagrass C N N N N N N C
bindweed, field N N N N N N N P
dallisgrass N N N N N N N N
johnsongrass N N N N N N N N
nutsedge, purple P P N N N N N N
nutsedge, yellow P P N P C N N N
C= control    P= partial control    N= no control    = no information
EPT = EPTC (Eptam) MCH = metolachlor (Dual Magnum)
EFL = ethalfluralin (Sonalan) OXY = oxyfluorfen (Goal)
FLM = flumioxazin (Chateau) PEN = pendimethalin (Prowl)
MTR = metribuzin (Sencor/Metribuzin) TRI = trifluralin (Treflan)

  POSTEMERGENCE
24D BTZ CAR CLE DIC FLM FLU GLY HAL PAR SET
Annual broadleaves
chickweed, common N N C N C P N C C N
clovers N P N C N P P N
cocklebur, common C C C N C N C C C N
cudweeds N P N C N C N N
dodders N N N P P N
fiddleneck, coast C C N P N C P N
filarees P C N C C N P P N
fleabane, hairy P N P N P N P P N
goosefoot, nettleleaf C N C N C N C C N
groundcherries C C C N C N N C C N
groundsel, common C C N N N C C N
henbit P N C N C P N C C N
horseweed P N P N P N P P N
knotweed, common P P N C N N P P N
lambsquarters, common C C C N C P N C P C N
lettuce, miner's C N N C C N
lettuce, prickly C C N C N N C N P N
mallow, little P C N C P N N P N
morningglory, annual P P C N C C N P P P N
mustards C C C N P N C C N
nettle, burning P C N P N N P N
nightshade, black C C C N C P C N C N
nightshade, hairy C C C N C P N C N C N
pigweeds C C C N C C N C P C N
pineappleweed N N C C N
puncturevine C N P N C N N C C N
purslane, common P C N N C P N C P C N
radish, wild C P P N P N C C N
redmaids C N N N C C N
rocket, London C P C N C N C C N
shepherd's-purse C C P N C C N C C N
sowthistle, annual C N N C P N C P N
spurge, spotted N
sunflowers C C P N C P N C C P N
swinecress, lesser
thistle, Russian C P N C P N C C N
velvetleaf C C C N C P N P C C N
Annual grasses
barley, hare N N N C N N C C N P C
barnyardgrass N N N C N N C C P P C
bluegrass, annual N N N C N N N C P N
brome, ripgut N N N P N N P C C P
canarygrass N N N C N N C C P C
crabgrass, large N N N C N N C C C C
fescue N N N P N N P C C P
foxtails N N N C N N C C C C
junglerice N N N C N N C C N P C
lovegrass N N N C N N C C P C
oat, wild N N N C N N C C N P C
panicum, fall N N P C C P P
rabbitfootgrass N N C C C C C
rescuegrass N N C C C C C
ryegrass, Italian N N N C N N P C P C
sandbur N N N C N N C C P C
sprangletop N N N C N N C C N N C
witchgrass N N N C N N C C P C
Perennials (seed)
bermudagrass N N N C N N C C P C
bindweed, field C P C N C C N C P N
dallisgrass N N N C P N C C N C
johnsongrass N N N C N N C C C C
Perennials (established)
bermudagrass N N N P N N C C N N C
bindweed, field P N P N P P N P N N
dallisgrass N N N N N N C C N P
johnsongrass N N N C N N C C N N C
nutsedge, purple N P N N N N N P C P N
nutsedge, yellow N P N N N N N P C P N
C= control    P= partial control    N= no control    = no information
24D = 2,4-D amine (Weedar 64) FLU = fluazifop (Fusilade)
BTZ = bentazon (Basagram) GLY = glyphosate (Roundup)
CAR = carfentrazone (Shark) HAL = halosulfuron (Sandea)
CLE = clethodim (Select Max) PAR = paraquat dichloride (Gramoxone)
DIC = dicamba (Banvel) SET = sethoxydim (Poast)
FLM = flumioxazin (Chateau)
Text Updated: 11/18