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Olive

Susceptibility of Weeds to Herbicide Control

(Reviewed 1/08, updated 1/09)

In this Guideline: More about weeds in olive:

Susceptibility of Spring/Summer Weeds to Herbicide Control
Customize list of weeds
 
 
ANNUAL GRASSES
barnyardgrass
crabgrasses
foxtails
lovegrasses
sandburs
sprangletops
witchgrass
ANNUAL BROADLEAVES
cockleburs
cudweeds
fleabane, hairy
fluvellins
goosefoot, nettleleaf
groundcherries
knotweeds
lambsquarters, common
lettuce, prickly
mallow, little (cheeseweed)
nightshades
pigweeds
puncturevine
purslane, common
speedwells
starthistle, yellow
thistle, Russian
velvetleaf
willowherb, panicle-leaf
PERENNIALS (SEEDLINGS)
bermudagrass
bindweed, field
dallisgrass
dandelion
dock, curly
johnsongrass
ESTABLISHED PERENNIALS
asparagus
bermudagrass
bindweed, field
blackberries
catsear, common
clovers
dallisgrass
dandelion
dock, curly
johnsongrass
nutsedge, yellow
poison-oak, Pacific
smartweeds
sorrel, red
PREEMERGENCE


DIU


FLM


ISO


NAP


ORY


OXY


SIM
CNCCPP
CPNCCPN
CNCCNC
CCCP
CNCCNP
NNCCPN
PCCPC
 
CCNCC
CCCNNC
CCCNNPC
PNNPP
CCCCCCC
CCCNCCC
CCCCCCC
CCCCCCC
CCCCNCC
CCCPPCN
CCCNNCC
CCCCCCC
CCPPCP
CCCCCCC
PCPCC
CCPNCC
PCPPPP
CCNPCC
CCPCCC
 
CNCCNP
PCNPCP
CNPCNC
CCPNCC
CCCPCC
CNPPNP
 
NNNNN
NNNNNN
NNCNPNN
NNNNN
NNNNN
NNNNN
NNNNNN
NCNNNN
NNNNNN
NNNNNN
NPNNNNN
NNNNN
NNNNN
NNNNN
POSTEMERGENCE


CAR


CLE


FLU


GLY


OXY


PAR*


SET
NCCCNPC
NCCCPCC
NCCCNCC
NCCCNCC
NCCCNPC
NCCCNCC
NCCCNCC
 
PNNCCCN
NNCPNN
NNNCPCN
NNPPPN
NNCCCN
CNNCCCN
NNCPPN
NNCCPN
NNCCCN
CNNPCNN
CNNCCCN
CNNCCCN
NNCCCN
NNNCCCN
NNNCPCN
NNNCCPN
NNCPCN
CNNCNPN
NNCPN
 
NCCCPCP
CNNCPCN
NCCCNCC
NNCCCN
NNCCNN
NCCCNCC
 
NNPNNN
NPPCNPP
PNNPNPN
NNCNNN
NNPNNN
NNPNNN
NNPCNNN
NNCNNN
NNPNNN
NNPCNNN
NNNPNNN
NNCNNN
NNCNNN
NNPNNN
COMBINATIONS

OXY
ORY

GLY
OXY

PAR*
OXY

GLY
ORY
GLY
SIM
ORY
NCCCC
PCCCC
PCCCC
PCCCC
PCCCC
NCCCC
NCCCC
 
CCCCC
PCPCC
PCCPC
PCCPP
CCCCC
CCCCC
PCPPC
CCCCC
CCCCC
CCCPC
CCCCC
CCCCC
PCCCC
PCCCC
PCCCC
PCCCC
PCPCC
NCCCC
CCCCC
 
CCCCC
CCCCC
PCCCC
PCCCC
 
NPNPP
NNNNN
PNNPP
NNNNN
NPNNN
NNPPN
NNNPN
NPNNN
NPNNN
NNNNN
NNNNN
NNNNN
NPNNN
NPNNN
 
 
 
ANNUAL GRASSES
barnyardgrass
crabgrasses
foxtails
lovegrasses
sandburs
sprangletops
witchgrass
ANNUAL BROADLEAVES
cockleburs
cudweeds
fleabane, hairy
fluvellins
goosefoot, nettleleaf
groundcherries
knotweeds
lambsquarters, common
lettuce, prickly
mallow, little (cheeseweed)
nightshades
pigweeds
puncturevine
purslane, common
speedwells
starthistle, yellow
thistle, Russian
velvetleaf
willowherb, panicle-leaf
PERENNIALS (SEEDLINGS)
bermudagrass
bindweed, field
dallisgrass
dandelion
dock, curly
johnsongrass
ESTABLISHED PERENNIALS
asparagus
bermudagrass
bindweed, field
blackberries
catsear, common
clovers
dallisgrass
dandelion
dock, curly
johnsongrass
nutsedge, yellow
poison-oak, Pacific
smartweeds
sorrel, red
Susceptibility of Winter Weeds to Herbicide Control
Customize list of weeds
 
 
ANNUAL GRASSES
barley, hare
bluegrass, annual
bromegrasses
canarygrass
oat, wild
polypogon, rabbitfoot
ryegrass, Italian
ANNUAL BROADLEAVES
chickweed, common
clovers
fiddlenecks
filarees
groundsel, common
henbit
lettuce, miner's
mustards
nettles
pineapple-weed
radish, wild
redmaids (desert rockpurslane)
rocket, London
shepherd's-purse
sowthistles
PREEMERGENCE


DIU


FLM


ISO


NAP


ORY


OXY


SIM
CNCCPC
CNCCPC
CNCCPC
CNCCP
PCNCPPC
CCCP
CNCCPC
 
CCCCCPC
PPNPP
CCCCCCC
CCCCNCC
NCCPPCC
CCCPPCC
CCCCCCC
CCCPNCC
CCCPPCC
PCCNCC
CCPNCC
CCNCCC
CCCPCC
CCCPNCC
CCCCPCC
POSTEMERGENCE


CAR


CLE


FLU


GLY


OXY


PAR*


SET
NCCCPCC
NPNCPCN
NCCCNCC
NCCCNCC
NCCCNCC
NCCCCC
NCCCNCC
 
PNNCPCN
NNCPPN
CNNCCCN
NNPCCN
NNCCCN
NNCCCN
NNCCCN
PNNCPCN
CNNPCPN
NNNCPPN
PNNCPPN
NNCCCN
CNNCCCN
PNNCPCN
NNNCCCN
COMBINATIONS

OXY
ORY

GLY
OXY

PAR*
OXY

GLY
ORY
GLY
SIM
ORY
PCCCC
CCCCC
PCCCC
NCCCC
PCCCC
NCCCC
NCCCC
 
PCCCC
PPCPP
CCCCC
PCCPC
CCCCC
CCCCC
CCCCC
PCCCC
PCCCC
PCCCC
PCCCC
CCCCC
PCCCC
PCCCC
PCCCC
 
 
 
ANNUAL GRASSES
barley, hare
bluegrass, annual
bromegrasses
canarygrass
oat, wild
polypogon, rabbitfoot
ryegrass, Italian
ANNUAL BROADLEAVES
chickweed, common
clovers
fiddlenecks
filarees
groundsel, common
henbit
lettuce, miner's
mustards
nettles
pineapple-weed
radish, wild
redmaids (desert rockpurslane)
rocket, London
shepherd's-purse
sowthistles

Ratings Legend
C= control P= partial control N= no control = no information

Chemical Legend
CAR = carfentrazone (Shark)
CLE = clethodim (Select Max)
DIU = diuron (Karmex, etc.)
FLM = flumioxazin (Chateau)
FLU = fluazifop-p-butyl (Fusilade DK)
GLY = glyphosate (Roundup, etc.)
ISO = isoxaben (Gallery T&V)
 
NAP = napropamide (Devrinol)
ORY = oryzalin (Surflan)
OXY = oxyfluorfen (GoalTender)
PAR = paraquat* (Gramoxone Inteon)
SET = sethoxydim (Poast)
SIM = simazine (Princep, etc.)
 

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[Precautions]

PUBLICATION

[UC Peer Reviewed]

UC IPM Pest Management Guidelines: Olive
UC ANR Publication 3452
Weeds
W. T. Lanini, Weed Science/Plant Sciences, UC Davis
Acknowledgment for contributions to Weeds:
C. L. Elmore, Vegetable Crops/Weed Science, UC Davis
D. W. Cudney, Botany and Plant Sciences, UC Riverside
D. R. Donaldson, UC Cooperative Extension, Napa County

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