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The potential of repeated low doses of herbicides

, : The potential of repeated low doses of herbicides. Proceedings of the 10th International Congress of Plant Protection: 519

In an evaluation of repeated low doses of phenmedipham, metamitron, ioxynil, linuron, mecoprop and isoproturon tested for their efficiency against annual weeds, best control was obtained at early growth stages.


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