Mississippi State University
Bond, Jason A.
Golden, Bobby R.
Reynolds, Daniel B.
Cox, Michael S.
Other Advisors or Committee Members
Hopper, George M.
Date of Degree
Graduate Thesis - Open Access
Master of Science
College of Agriculture and Life Sciences
Department of Plant and Soil Sciences
In 2017, dicamba formulations were labeled for PRE and POST applications and utilized in soybean to control herbicide-resistant weed species. Dicamba-tolerant soybean cultivars were grown in proximity to those representing other herbicide-resistant technologies, creating the potential for problems with off-target movement. Field studies conducted in 2017 and 2018 in Stoneville, MS, characterized the soybean response to exposure to sub-lethal rates of different dicamba formulations and evaluated the performance of soybean cultivars representing different soybean maturity groups following multiple exposures to a sub-lethal rate of dicamba. Other field experiments in 2018 evaluated the performance of soybean following a single exposure to sub-lethal rates of dicamba at different growth stages (Rate and Timing Study) and characterized soybean response to multiple exposures of a sub-lethal rate of dicamba at different growth stages (Multiple Exposures Study).
Corban, Nelson, "Evaluation of soybean performance following multiple exposures to sub-lethal rates of dicamba" (2019). Theses and Dissertations. 2061.