Informaiton for both "Select-A-Herb" and "Select-A-Herb Non-Crop" has been collected from various sources. Much of the information is collected from the specific products label. Control efficacy ratings have been compiled from Purdue University, The Ohio State University, and other Mid-West universities and from published research. Below is a list of sources that infomation was compiled.
  Weed Control Guideline for Ohio and Indiana. Multiple years. Purdue Univeristy and The Ohio State University. 2004- 2011. Publication WS-16 []
  Agronomy Guide. Multiple years. Pennsylvania State University. []
  Weed Control Guidelines for Indiana. 2001-2003. Pudue University.
  Agrilliance Crop Protection Guide. 2003-2005. Agrilliance
  Kenneth P. Leister, R. Gregory Corace III, and Lindsey M. Shartell. 2007. Glossy Buckthorn (Frangula alnus ) Management at Seney National Wildlife Refuge. []
  Washington State University. 1998. Eastern Washington Weed Control Report. Technical Report 98-3. []
  Hanan Eizenberg, Yaakov Goldwasser, Gai Achdary, and Joseph Hershenhorn. 2003. The potential of sulfosulfuron to control troublesome weeds in tomato. Weed Technology Vol 17:133-137
  Joyce Tredaway Ducar, John W. Wilcut, and John S. Richburg III. 2004. Weed management in imidazolinone-resistant corn with imazapic. Weed Technology Vol. 18:1018-1022
  W. James Grichar. 2002. Effect of continuous imidazolinon herbicide use on yellow nutsedge. Weed Technology Vol. 16:880-884
  K.L. Twyford and G.S. Baxter. 1999. Chemical control of blue periwinkle (Vinca major) in Croajingolong National Park, Victoria. Plant Protection Quarterly Vol. 14(2).
  Fred Fishel, Bill Johnson, and Dallas Peterson. Early Spring Weeds of No-till Crop Production. University of Missouri-Columbia.
  Ian C. Burke, Andrew J. Price, John W. Wilcut, David L. Jordan, A. Stanley Culpepper, and Joyce Tredaway-Ducar. 2004. Annual grass control in peanut (Arachis hypogaea) with clethodim and imazapic. Weed Tech 18:88-92.
  Derr, J.F. 2008. Common reed (Phragmites australis) response to mowing and herbicide application. Invasive Plant Science and Management 1:12-16
  Cargill, L.M., D.P. Montgomery, D.L. Martin and G.E. Bell. 2002. Evaluation of Herbicides for Sericea Lespedeza Control Along Highway Right-of-way In Oklahoma. Southern Weed Science Society PROC 55:103
  Sleugh, B., P. Burch, M. Halstvedt, W. Klline, V. Langston, R. Masters, M. Melichar, V. Peterson. 2007. Management of Key Noxious and Invasive Weeds with Aminopyralid and other Herbicides. North Central Weed Science Society PROC 62:220
  Fryman, D.M. and W.W. Witt. 2007. Tall Ironweed control in cool season grass pastues. North Central Weed Science Society PROC 62:57
  USDA Forest Service. Tree-of-Heaven: Ailanthus altissima. []
  Burch, P.L. and S.M. Zedaker. 2001. Manageing Ailanthus altissima at the shennanadoah national park: an evaluation of herbicide tank mixes for low volume basal applications. Southern Weed Science Society PROC. 54:175
  Nelson, L.R. and S.R. Vokoun. 2006. Effects of herbicids timing and application method on fruiting and seed germination in chinese privet (Ligustrum sinense). Southern Weed Science Society PROC. 59:159
  Rathfon, R.A. 2006. Application timing of 20 basal bark herbicide and oil diluent combinaitons applied to two sizes of amur honeysuckle. North Central Weed Science Society PROC. 61:189
  Fick, W.H. and R.A. Kunard. 2002. Herbicide effects on sericea lespedeza seed viability and control. North Central Weed Science Society PROC. 57:203
  Knezevic, S.Z., A. Kantrovich, and R.A. Masters. 2002. Eastern red cedar control in Nebraska pasture. North Central Weed Science Society PROC. 57:33
  Fick. W.H., and W.A. Geyer. 2007 Saltcedar control in the cimarron river basin. North Central Weed Science Society PROC. 62:58
  Woodard, C.A. and R.J. Smeda. 2007. Response of poison hemlock to herbicides. North Central Weed Science Society PROC. 62:59
  Bill Johnson. 2003-2008. Annual Research Report. []
  Tom Bauman. 2003-2007. Annual Research Report []
  Green, J.D. and D. Appelman. 2007. Weed management strategies to increase forage productivity of permanent grass pastures. NCWSS PROC. 62:60
  Howatt, K.A. 2007. Scouringrush control with herbicides. North Central Weed Science Society PROC. 52:219
  Knezevic, S.Z. 2006. Purple loosestrife control with herbicides: multi year applicaitions. North Central Weed Science Society PROC. 61:193
  Woodard, C.A. and R.J. Smeda. 2006. Emergence and control of poison hemlock. North Central Weed Science Society PROC. 61:184
  Fick, W.H. and S. Wick. 2006. Chemical control of commun mullein. North Central Weed Science Society PROC. 61:145
  Bradley, K.. 2006. Evaluation of herbicides and application timings for long term control of sericea lespedeza. North Central Weed Science Society PROC. 61:146
  Rees, J.M., F.W. Roeth, A.R. Martin, I. Schleufer, and M. Bernards. 2006. North Central Weed Science Society PROC. 61:148
  Masters, R.A., B.B. Sleugh, W.H. Schacht, and C. Kopp. 2006. Tebuthiuron: a tool for tallgrass prairie restoration. NCWSS PROC. 61:195
  Fick, W.H. and W.A. Geyer. 2005 Saltcedar control on the cimarron national grassland. North Central Weed Science Society PROC. 60:31
  Richardson, R.J., B.H. Zandstra, and R.H. Uhlig. 2005. Perennial vine control with triclopyr and herbicide mixtures. North Central Weed Science Society PROC. 60:101
  Ohlenbusch, P., and P. Ritty. 1979. Russian olive control- A preliminary look. North Central Weed Science Society 33:132.
  Fishchel, F., B. Johnson, and D. Peterson. 2000. Early spring weeds of no-till crop production. University of Missouri - Columbia
  Ransom, C. and S. Dewey. Herbicide application timing for Russian knapweed control. 2008 Research Progress Report WSWS. P.3
  Anonymous. Dow Pasture Summitt. 2006 to 2010. Dow AgroSciences.

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