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Crop Tolerance and Broadleaf Weed Efficacy for Combinations of Thiencarbazone Methyl and Tembotrione Applied at Three Corn Growth Stages. Daniel K. Tiedemann*, Bryan G. Young, Ronald F. Krausz and Joseph L. Matthews, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale. (5)

Effects of Nitrogen Rate and Weed Removal Timing on Corn Yield. Laura E. Bast*, Wesley J. Everman, and Darryl D. Warncke, Michigan State University, East Lansing. (6)

Effect of Postemergence Herbicides on Field and Silage Corn Biomass Accumulation and Bio-energy Quality. Wesley J. Everman*, Bradley J. Love, Jacob Gebhardt, and Andrew J. Chomas, Michigan State University, East Lansing. (7)

Comparison of Postemergence Herbicides in Corn with Resistance to Glyphosate and Glufosinate. Mark M. Loux*, Anthony F. Dobbels, William G. Johnson, Bryan G. Young, Chris Boerboom, Kevin Bradley, and Aaron Hager, The Ohio State University, Columbus; Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN; Southern Illinois University, Carbondale; University of Wisconsin, Madison; University of Missouri, Columbia; University of Illinois, Urbana. (8)

Interactions between Saflufenacil and Glyphosate on Selected Broadleaf Weeds. Stevan Z. Knezevic, Avishek Datta, Jon Scott*, and Leo D. Charvat, University of Nebraska, Lincoln; BASF Corporation, Lincoln, NE. (9)

Utilization of Flumioxazin in Midwestern Minimum and No-till Corn. Eric J. Ott*, Dawn E. Refsell, Trevor M. Dale, and John A. Pawlak, Valent USA Corporation, Walnut Creek, CA. (10)

Performance of Dow AgroSciences Herbicide Tolerance Trait in Corn. Mark A. Peterson*, David M. Simpson, Cory Cui, Eric F. Scherder, David C. Ruen, John S. Richburg, Sam M. Ferguson, Patricia L. Prasifka and Terry R. Wright, Dow AgroSciences, Indianapolis, IN. (11)

Evaluation of the Potential for an Organophosphate Interaction in Optimum ® GAT ® versus Conventional Field Corn. Kevin R.Schabacker*, Larry H. Hageman, Charles E. Snipes and David W. Saunders. Dupont Crop Protection, Rochelle, IL. (12)

Optimum GAT Corn in Kentucky. Sara K. Carter*, Charles H. Slack, and Helen A. Flanigan, University of Kentucky, Lexington; E.I. DuPont de Nemours & Co. Inc., Wilmington, DE. (13)

Cocklebur Control in Corn. Peter H. Sikkema, Christy Shropshire, and Nader Soltani*, University of Guelph, Ridgetown Campus, Ontario. (14)

Herbicide Efficacy on Field Horsetail in No-till Corn. Bryan M. Jensen, Chris M. Boerboom*, and Tim L. Trower, University of Wisconsin, Madison. (15)

Field Corn Tolerance to Broadcast Flaming. Santiago M. Ulloa*, Avishek Datta, Stevan Z. Knezevic, Chris Bruening, George Gogos, Goran Malidza, and Robert Leskovsek, University of Nebraska, Concord and Lincoln; Institute of Field and Vegetable Crops, Novi Sad, Serbia. (112)

Control of Glyphosate-Resistant Corn in a Corn Replant Situation. Ryan M. Terry*, Paul T. Marquardt, William G. Johnson and Mark Loux, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN; The Ohio State University, Columbus. (113)

Grass Efficacy with Thiencarbazone Methyl and Combinations with Tembotrione as Influenced by Application Timing. Dan K. Tiedemann*, Bryan G. Young, Ronald F. Krausz, and Joseph L. Matthews, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale. (114)

University Research in Optimum GAT Corn. David Carruth*, Richard Zollinger, Chris Boerboom, Michael Moechnig, and Tom Hoverstad, North Dakota State University, Fargo; University of Wisconsin, Madison; South Dakota State University, Brookings; University of Minnesota, Waseca. (115)

Quizalofop Efficacy on Acetyl-Coenzyme A Carboxylase Resistant Grain Sorghum as Affected by Application Rate and Timing. M. Joy M. Abit*, Kassim Al-Khatib, Phillip W. Stahlman, and Patrick W. Geier, Kansas State University, Manhattan and Hays. (116)

Benchmark Study: Seedbank Emergence Patterns in Best Management Practices Fields Versus Grower Practices. Robert G. Wilson*, Stephen C. Weller, Bryan G. Young, David L. Jordan, Micheal D.K. Owen, Philip Dixon, David R. Shaw, University of Nebraska, Scottsbluff; Purdue University, West Lafayette; Southern Illinois University, Carbondale; North Carolina State University, Raleigh; Iowa State University, Ames; Mississippi State University, Mississippi State. (117)

Callisto Xtra Herbicide for Postemergence Broadleaf Weed Control in Corn. Ryan D. Lins*, Gordon D. Vail, and Carroll M. Moseley, Syngenta Crop Protection, Greensboro, NC. (118)

Isoxaflutole + Cyprosulfamide, Thiencarbazone + Isoxaflutole + Cyrosulfamide: Performance in University Corn Trials. Kevin K. Watteyne*, Tate Castillo, John R. Hinz, Brent Philbrook, and James R. Bloomberg, Bayer CropScience, Research Triangle Park, NC. (119)

Control of Glyphosate-Resistant and Susceptible Weeds with 2,4-D Alone or in Tank Mixes with Glyphosate. Eric F. Scherder*, Marvin E. Schultz, Mark A. Peterson, Jeffrey M. Ellis, Scott C. Ditmarsen, Kevin W. Bradley, Reid J. Smeda, and William G. Johnson, Dow AgroSciences, Indianapolis, IN; University of Missouri, Columbia, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN. (120)

Effect of Weed Size on Control of Weeds with 2,4-D and Glyphosate Tank Mixes in Corn. David E. Hillger*, Marvin E. Schultz, Dave C. Ruen, Bruce E. Maddy, A. Stanley Culpepper, Mark M. Loux, and Bryan G. Young; Dow AgroSciences, Indianapolis, IN; University of Georgia, Tifton; The Ohio State University, Columbus; Southern Illinois University, Carbondale. (121)

Thiencarbazone-Methyl + Tembotrione + Isoxadifen-Ethyl: A New Herbicide for Grass and Broadleaf Weed Control in Corn. George S. Simkins*, David Lamore, Jerry Hora, Brent Philbrook and James R. Bloomberg, Bayer CropScience, Research Triangle Park, NC. (122)

Evaluation of Herbicides in Optimum GAT Corn. Dean M. Grossnickle*, Micheal D.K. Owen, James F. Lux, and Damian D. Franzenburg, Iowa State University, Ames. (123)

Optimum ® GAT ® Corn Herbicide Programs for the North Central States. Kevin L. Hahn*, Keith D. Johnson, Larry H. Hageman and David W. Saunders. DuPont Crop Protection, Johnston, IA. (124)

Pyrasulfotole and Bromoxynil, Potentially a New Herbicide for Weed Control in Grain Sorghum. Curtis R. Thompson*, Brian L.S. Olson, Randal S. Currie, Pat W. Geier, Phil W. Stahlman, Nathan G. Lally and Alan Schlegel, Kansas State University, Manhattan and Hays. (125)

Sulfonylurea and Quizalofop Tolerance Traits in Sorghum - New Weed Management Tool for Sorghum Production. Robert N. Rupp*, Douglas J. Meadows. David W. Saunders, Wayne J. Schumacher, DuPont Crop Protection, Johnston, IA. (126)

Tolerance of Three Millet Types to Saflufenacil. Phillip W. Stahlman*, Patrick W. Geier, and Leo D. Charvat, Kansas State University, Hays; BASF Corporation, Lincoln, NE. (127)


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