Leaves with pale green color (chlorosis), interveinal chlorosis, stunted plants, necrotic flowers and petioles.
Other herbicides such as glyphosate may have similar symptoms.
Strawberry plants may be damaged when clopytralid is applied above labeled rates. Discoloration may be observed within a few days and disappear.
Plants will usually grow out of injury.
No corrective measures are available.
Funding was provided in part by the National Sustainable Agriculture Program: Sustainable Strawberry Initiative and the following sources.
Publication date: June 25, 2014
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