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Combining cultural and chemical methods for the control of common ragweed in the crop rotation



Combining cultural and chemical methods for the control of common ragweed in the crop rotation



Khimiya v Sel' skom Khozyaistve 11(10): 774-776



Trials were carried out in 1961-69 to control common ragweed (Ambrosia artemisiifolia) in a bare fallow, winter wheat, maize for grain, maize for silage, winter wheat, Sudan grass crop rotation on a chernozem soil. 2,4-D sodium at 1.5 kg/ha was applied at the tillering stage of wheat and Sudan grass and at the 3- to 5-leaf stage of maize and simazine 2-3 kg/ha was incorporated before sowing silage maize in addition to stubble disking and ploughing.

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