Carrot

Pest Management Guidelines


Susceptibility of Weeds in Carrot to Herbicide Control

(Reviewed 8/12, updated 7/13)

In this Guideline: More about weeds in carrot:

Customize LIST OF WEEDS CLE FLU GLY LIN MET* PAR* PEN PRO SET SME TRI
ANNUAL WEEDS
Barley, hare C C C C C P C C C C
Barnyardgrass C C C C C C C P C C C
Bluegrass, annual C N C P C C C C N C C
Canarygrasses C C C C C C C C C C
Cereals C C C P C C C P C C
Chickweed, common N N C C C C C C N C C
Clovers N N P N N P N P N N
Crabgrasses C C C C C C C P C C
Cudweeds N N C P C N N P N N
Fiddlenecks N N C C C P C C N C
Filarees N N P C C P N C N N
Fleabane, hairy N N C C C C N C N N
Foxtails C C C C C C C C C
Goosefoot, nettleleaf N N C C C C C C N P C
Groundcherries N N C C C C N C N N
Groundsel, common N N C P C C N C N N N
Henbit N N C C C C C C N C
Horseweed N N C P C P N C N N
Knotweed, common N N C P C P C C N N C
Lambsquarters, common N N C C C P C C N P C
Lettuce, prickly N N C C C P N C N N
Lovegrasses C C C C C P P C
Mallow, little (cheeseweed) N N P C N N P C N P N
Morningglory, annual N N C P P P N C N N
Mustards N N C C C C P C N N N
Nettles N N N C C P N C N C N
Nightshade, black N N C P C C N C N N
Nightshade, hairy N N C C C C N C N C N
Oat, wild C C C C C C P C C P
Panicum, fall C C C N C C
Pigweeds N N C C P C P C N C C
Puncturevine N N C C C C P P N P
Purslane, common N N C C C C C C N C C
Radish, wild N N C C C C N C N N
Rocket, London N N C C C C P C N N N
Ryegrasses C C C N C P C P C C
Shepherd's-purse N N C C C C P C N P N
Sowthistles N N C P C P N C N P N
Sunflowers N N C C C P N C N N
Thistle, Russian N N C P C C P P N P
PERENNIAL WEEDS
Bermudagrass, Established P P C N P N N N P N
Bermudagrass, Seedling C C C N C P C P C C
Bindweed, field, Established N N P N P N N N N P
Bindweed, field, Seedling N N C N P P P P N P
Docks, Established N N P N C N N N N N
Docks, Seedling N N C C C C C C N C
Johnsongrass, Established C C C N P N N N C N
Johnsongrass, Seedling C C C N C C C N C C
Nutsedge, purple N N P N P N N N N N
Nutsedge, yellow N N P P P N N N N P N
Ratings Legend
C= control    P= partial control    N= no control    = no information
Chemical Legend
CLE = clethodim (Select Max) MET = metam sodium* (Vapam, etc.) SET = sethoxydim (Poast)
FLU = fluazifop-p-butyl (Fusilade) PAR = paraquat* (Gramoxone Inteon) SME = s-metolachlor (Dual Magnum)
GLY = glyphosate (Roundup, Touchdown) PEN = pendimethalin (Prowl H2O) TRI = trifluralin (Treflan, etc.)
LIN = linuron (Lorox) PRO = prometryn (Caparol)      

*Permit required from county agricultural commissioner for purchase or use.

[Precautions]

PUBLICATION

[UC Peer Reviewed]

UC IPM Pest Management Guidelines: Carrot
UC ANR Publication 3438

Weeds
  • R. F. Smith, UC Cooperative Extension, Monterey County
  • J. Nunez, UC Cooperative Extension, Kern County
Acknowledgment for contributions to Weeds:
  • C. E. Bell, UC Cooperative Extension, San Diego County
  • G. J. Poole, UC Cooperative Extension, Los Angeles County

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