Factors Influencing Dislodgeable 2,4-D Plant Residues from Hybrid Bermudagrass (Cynodon dactylon L. x C. transvaalensis) Athletic Fields

Research conducted at North Carolina State University and University of Tennessee – Knoxville investigated how 2,4-D residues may dislodge from hybrid bermudagrass. The effect of irrigation and time within a day on 2,4-D dislodgeability was explored. Click here to learn more about the research to improve your turfgrass management practices and minimize human 2,4-D exposure.

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