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The action mechanism of Suffix against grass plants

, : The action mechanism of Suffix against grass plants. Materialy 10go Mezhdunarodnogo Simpoziuma Stran Chlenov SEV, Pushchino, SSSR, 1975me 1): 41-43

Suffix at 1.5 kg/ha was applied at the 2- to 3-leaf and tillering stages of wheat infested with 250-300 plants of wild oat m2. Benzoylprop was also applied to pure stands of Avena spp. at the 3- to 4-leaf stage, corresponding to the first spraying of wheat. In the case of Avena spp., benzoylprop retarded panicle growth and, to a lesser extent, the growth of internodes and leaves; this did not occur in the case of wheat.


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