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Saflufenacil phytotoxicity on soybean is affected by soil physicochemical properties
 
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Plant Protection Department, Federal University of Pelotas, Brazil
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Plant Protection Department, Federal University of Santa Maria, Brazil
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Geovana Facco Barbieri   

Plant Protection Department, Federal University of Pelotas, Campo universitário s/n, 96010-900, Pelotas, Brazil
Submission date: 2020-11-13
Acceptance date: 2021-01-20
Online publication date: 2021-02-16
 
 
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The study of herbicide dynamics in the soil and their interaction with the components of the environment makes it possible to ensure the selectivity of crops and the agronomical efficiency. The aim of this research was to evaluate the influence of soil physicochemical properties on the emergence and growth of soybean, with pre-emergence application of various saflufenacil rates. An experiment was carried out in a greenhouse with a completely randomized design, testing different soil types containing “Erechim”, “Santa Maria” and “Eldorado do Sul”, at different saflufenacil rates: 0, 12.5, 25, 50, 100, 200, 400 g a.i. ha-1. The application was performed 1 day after soybean sowing, and analyzed variables were: the phytotoxicity emergence of seedlings, dry mass and height of the soybean. The saflufenacil effective dose of 50% response in soybean (ED50) and the characteristics of the soils showed that the soil contained clay and sand which were the components most related to the saflufenacil availability to the plants. A lower ED50 by phytotoxicity to the soybean was found in soil with lower and greater content of clay and sand, respectively. The physicochemical properties of soil influenced the saflufenacil activity, having greater potential of injury to soybean in the soil from Eldorado do Sul, due to its clay and sand content.
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