Morphological, Growth and Yield Attributes Variations in Soybean Variety JS 335 as Influenced by Imazethapyr Herbicide
Soybean Research, 9 : 109-115 (2011)
M M ANSARI1 and S D BILLORE2
Directorate of Soybean Research, Indore, M. P. 452 001
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Received: 13.06.2011; Accepted: 16.09.2011
Soybean varieties differ in their sensitivity to imazethapyr herbicide damage. In these experiments, we examined the impact of herbicide-imazethapyr spray on the growth and yield of two soybean varieties. Morphological changes resulted from herbicide application, including leaf elongation and formation of large shoots at the cotyledonary node in JS 335 only. Herbicide treatment significantly reduced the vegetative and reproductive growth and yield variables relative to the control (unsprayed with herbicide). The application of herbicide substantively reduced the weed load in soybean. Although herbicide application significantly impacted several growth variables, it had no significant impact on yield. This is the first record from India.
1Principal Scientist; 2Senior Scientist