||Homer A. Brady
||Southern Research Station
||Southern Weed Science Society
Plants of seven woody species absorbed more 2,4,5-T ester at 95° than at 55° F. In sweetgum, post oak, water oak, and bitter pecan more of the herbicide was also translocated to the roots at the higher temperature. In sumac, red maple, and loblolly pine more 2,4,5-T was moved to the roots at 55°.
Brady, Homer A. 1970. High temperature boosts 2, 4, 5-T activity in woody plants. In Proceedings, 23rd. Annual Meeting, Southern Weed Science Society Champaign, Illinois: Weed Science Society of America. p. 234-236.