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Activated carbon as a method of reducing metribuzin phytotoxicity to seeded tomatoes



Activated carbon as a method of reducing metribuzin phytotoxicity to seeded tomatoes



Proceedings of the Northeastern Weed Science Society, Philadelphia (Volume 28): 242-248



Metribuzin at up to 1.12 kg/ha incorporated before sowing tomatoes in sandy loam soil in the glasshouse was not adequately adsorbed by activated carbon at 5.6 kg/ha and tomato seedlings were adversely affected; pre-em. applications were successfully detoxified and tomato seedlings survived. Activated carbon was effective as a dry mixture with vermiculite or when applied alone as a surface spray over sealed rows, but less effective if applied directly with the seed.

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