NC State Extension Publications

Problem

Flumioxazin herbicide injury.

Symptoms

Leaf tip burn, leaf marginal and/or interveinal necrosis, petiol and leaf necrosis fruit lesion and necrosis.

Strawberry plant with dead brown areas on leaf and flower

Flumioxazin herbicide injury 5 day after application.

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Strawberry plant with dead brown areas on leaf and flower

Flumioxazin herbicide injury 7 day after application.

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Strawberry plant with leision on fruit and flower

Flumioxazin herbicide injury 14 day after application.

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Strawberry plant with dead brown areas on leaf and flower

Flumioxazin herbicide injury 21 day after application.

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Similar Problems

May be confused with other herbicide injury.

Additional Information

Flumioxazin can be applied pre or post emergent to weeds. When applied post emergent a hooded or shielded sprayer should be used.

Corrective Measures

No corrective measures are available.

Management

Do not use on fine soils or soils > 5% organic matter. Avoid drift to crop plant. When used in matted row systems apply only when plants are fully dormant.

Funding Sources

Funding was provided in part by the National Sustainable Agriculture Program: Sustainable Strawberry Initiative and the following sources.

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Author

Research Specialist
Horticultural Science

Publication date: June 26, 2014

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