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The effect of phenol preparations on cultivated garden plants


, : The effect of phenol preparations on cultivated garden plants. GartenbauWissenschaft. 7: 678-710. bibl. 6

The author describes experiments on the insecticidal and phytotoxic effects of two sprays, " Lysol " and " Kreolin ", the composition of which is given. Both contain phenols in definite amounts. The following facts were noted. Increasing concentrations of kreolin or lysol in water led to disintegration of emulsions and changes in their character. Changes in concentration also produced changes in surface tension, by which the wetting capacity of the medium is determined.

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