Enide 50W has now been cleared for use on tobacco beds. Treatments with Enide on tobacco beds in mid to late March. at time of seeding have given satisfactory weed control in experimental plots during the past 2 years. No injury or reduction in stand of tobacco plants was observed on plots treated at this time. Reduction in stand of plants did occur in plots treated in late fall. and there are some indications that there may be a reduction in stand from early treatments in February. To insure best results. the chemical should be applied evenly over the treated area.
Until additional information is obtained and tobacco growers get more experience with its use, Enide 50W for 1967 is recommended for trial use on only a part of the plant bed.
Herron, J. W. and Freeman, J. F., "Enide Recommended for Trial Use on Tobacco Beds" (1967). Agronomy Notes. 210.