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Response of potatoes and weeds to metribuzin applied at four different dates



Response of potatoes and weeds to metribuzin applied at four different dates



Seventh Report Arthur Rickwood Experimental Husbandry Farm 1972: May, M J : The work of the WRO Fenland Unit: ; 35-36



Metribuzin at 0.7-2.7 lb/acre was applied to King Edward potatoes on a sandy peat soil (30% o.m., pH 5.8) (a) post-planting, (b) pre-em. of the crop (c) at 20% crop emergence or (d) at 50% crop cover. Applications at (b) or (c) gave the best weed control; at (a) and (d) control of Urtica annua was poor. Weed control at all dates improved with increasing herbicide rate but concomitant increases in crop yields were not significant.

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