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Influence of oily and emulsifying substances on the activity of herbicides


, : Influence of oily and emulsifying substances on the activity of herbicides. Zeszyty Problemowe Postepow Nauk Rolniczych (215): 71-77

Citowett (polyglycol ester) at 500 ml/100 litres of spray, was the most effective of 3 oleaginous (linseed oil) or emulsifying wetters tested in the laboratory and increased the kill of Galium aparine seedlings by Aminopielik-D (2,4-D-amine 36% + dicamba-amine 2.8%) at 1.5 kg/ha from 38% to 48% and increased the kill of Sinapis alba from 50% to 67%.

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