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Wednesday, 18 September 2013

Common Irregular Verbs

Common Irregular Verbs

Infinitive   Past Tense   Past Participle   Indonesia
(Where two forms are given, consult the entry to see if there is a difference of meaning)

arise                      arose                           arisen                                    bangun; timbul; berdiri   
awake                   awoke                          awoken                                 bangun; membangunkan

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TO CONTROL WEEDS

WEED CONTROL

Several products have been released in recent years that give
superintendents new options for control of difficult weeds.
Several new herbicide formulations or active
ingredients have been released for use in turf during
the past few years. In addition, several experimental
compounds with considerable promise
should be released within the next couple of years.
The emergence of these new herbicides has highlighted
three major trends (Table 1).
Selectivity. Many of these materials promise to
allow the superintendent selectivity, particularly
with perennial grass weed control, that we would
not have thought possible even five years ago.

These new herbicides are Velocity (bispyribacsodium,
Valent USA), Tenacity (mesotrione, Syngenta)
and Certainty (sulfosulfuron, Monsanto).
Single-application weed control. Another trend
is that there are many formulated products, either
newly released or in various stages of testing, that
offer "single application" weed control. That is,
they control both crabgrass and broadleaf weeds.
Q4 (PBI/Gordon) and Quincept (NuFarm Amerj
icas) are examples of products intended to control
all weeds post-emergence with a single applica-
tion. Both combine 2,4-D, dicamba and quinclorac
(the active ingredient in Drive [BASF]). Q4
also contains sulfentrazone and thus has activity
on yellow nutsedge (see below).
Quinclorac is not new, but BASF has released
a new formulation, and quinclorac is now appearing
in combination products, not just for crabgrass
control, but also for broadleaf weed control,
particularly clover. Several other combination
products that will afford pre- and post-emergence
control of broadleaf and grassy weeds with one
application are in various stages of testing.
Granular herbicides. Another emerging trend
is that granular herbicide technology seems poised
to improve considerably in the next few years.
One reason for this improvement is the development
of more herbicides that are active in soil and
therefore more effective when superintendents are
relying on take-up from the soil. Another reason
is that formulation improvements in granules are
increasing the amount of contact between the
herbicide and the foliage.
Mesotrione
Mesotrione, the active ingredient of a new
herbicide introduced by Syngenta under the trade
name Tenacity, controls perhaps the widest weed
spectrum of any herbicide used in turfgrass. It has
been available in agriculture for many years and
has a very distinctive mode of action: By inhibiting
carotenoid pigment synthesis, it bleaches the
affected tissue, which turns the target weed white.
Tenacity: a very broad spectrum
Research conducted at Ohio State and other
institutions over the past few years suggests that
Tenacity will have many uses in turfgrass management,
including pre- and post-emergence activity
on dandelion, white clover, crabgrass, nimblewill,
creeping bentgrass and orchardgrass.
As a broadleaf weed herbicide, Tenacity has
good activity against dandelions and fair activity
against clover. A unique property of this herbicide
is that it benefits from or requires a second
application in order to control certain weeds. One
application results in suppression of the weed, followed
by regrowth in about 42 to 56 days.
Dandelion is, however, an exception. Research
at Ohio State suggests that two applications of
mesotrione do not provide significantly better
control than one application. In either case, control
is about 70%-85% and can be increased by
combining Tenacity with another herbicide. Our
research indicates that Tenacity has better activity
when combined with either dicamba or the
pyridinoxy herbicides Spotlight (fluroxypyr, Dow
Aherbicide introduced by Syngenta under the trade
name Tenacity, controls perhaps the widest weed
spectrum of any herbicide used in turfgrass. It has
been available in agriculture for many years and
has a very distinctive mode of action: By inhibiting
carotenoid pigment synthesis, it bleaches the
affected tissue, which turns the target weed white.
Tenacity: a very broad spectrum
Research conducted at Ohio State and other
institutions over the past few years suggests that
Tenacity will have many uses in turfgrass management,
including pre- and post-emergence activity
on dandelion, white clover, crabgrass, nimblewill,
creeping bentgrass and orchardgrass.
As a broadleaf weed herbicide, Tenacity has
good activity against dandelions and fair activity
against clover. A unique property of this herbicide
is that it benefits from or requires a second
application in order to control certain weeds. One
application results in suppression of the weed, followed
by regrowth in about 42 to 56 days.
Dandelion is, however, an exception. Research
at Ohio State suggests that two applications of
mesotrione do not provide significantly better
control than one application. In either case, control
is about 70%-85% and can be increased by
combining Tenacity with another herbicide. Our
research indicates that Tenacity has better activity
when combined with either dicamba or the
pyridinoxy herbicides Spotlight (fluroxypyr, Dow
Agrosciences) or Turflon ester (triclopyr, Dow
AgroSciences) (Figure 1).
One important note is that our research also
suggests that Tenacity does not combine well with
either Quicksilver (carfentrazone, FMC Corp.) or
Dismiss (sulfentrazone, FMC Corp.) for broadleaf
weed control. Tenacity also has activity on clover.
However, this is more suppression than control,
particularly if only one application is made. When
combined with pyridinoxy herbicides or dicamba,
white clover control is improved.
Research conducted at Ohio State suggests that
when Tenacity is used as a pre-emergence herbicide,
it may achieve 100% control of crabgrass for
160 days. However, some researchers have found
it a bit less effective; check the label for specifics.
In addition, our research suggests that mesotrione's
post-emergence activity on crabgrass is at
least as good as, and occasionally better than, that
of quinclorac.
The dandelion, clover and crabgrass control
are nice bonuses. What I consider the most useful
attributes of this product are its selective activity
on weedy perennial grasses and its safety on seedling
turfgrass.


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Just Try Do The Best

Modern and Traditional

Modern.................................................: Traditional
Air conditioning.......................................: Electric fans
Booking online........................................: Queuing up for tickets
Central heating........................................: Coal fires
Charge and credit cards..........................: Cash
Computer games.....................................: Boards games
A dishwasher..........................................: Doing the washing up
Downloading sound files..........................: Buying a CD or cassette
A microwave oven..................................: A cooker/stove
Renting a DVD.......................................: Going to the cinema
Sending text messages.............................: Sending letters and faxes
Shopping malls........................................: Street markets
A washing machine..................................: Washing clothes by hand