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Herbicide Considerations Reference Guide—Introduction

... and timing of herbicide applications. Microbial / Photolysis : Most herbicide s are broken down ... not penetrate very deeply. Like photolysis , microbial degradation is generally more rapid in summer months when ...

Diquat Considerations

... waters for submersed plant control Microbial Broken down microbial ly Photolysis   Broken down by sunlight ...

Integrated Plant Management

... rates of herbicide s if they are broken down microbial ly (microbes are more active in warmer waters). Winter treatment ... would need to be adjusted for cooler water with less microbial activity. Summer drawdown s may allow the spread of ...

2,4-D Considerations

... water of approximately 7-14 days Microbial Broken down microbial ly – primary pathway Breakdown is rapid ...

Carfentrazone Considerations

... season and water depth - see hydrolysis Microbial Microbial metabolism is  primary degradation pathway in soil - half ...

Glyphosate Considerations

... soils, especially soils with high organic content Microbial Broken down microbial ly, primary pathway Photolysis Minor ...

Imazapyr Considerations

... (1-5 months) Adsorption In soils, slow microbial metabolism is  primary degradation pathway Microbial Adsorbs to soil at pH<5 - more mobile and available to plants ...

Triclopyr Considerations

... season and water depth - see photolysis Microbial Microbial metabolism is  primary degradation pathway in soil - half ...

Frequently Asked Questions

... carcinogenicity. Breakdown of 2,4-D in water occurs microbial ly and through photolysis and its half-life in ...

Frequently Asked Questions

... carcinogenicity. Breakdown of 2,4-D in water occurs microbial ly and through photolysis and its half-life in ...