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Varietal susceptibility of transplanted tomatoes to metribuzin



Varietal susceptibility of transplanted tomatoes to metribuzin



Proceedings of the Northeastern Weed Science Society, Philadelphia (Volume 28): 249-252



Eleven tomato varieties transplanted into a fine sandy loam soil on 7 June 1973 were evaluated to determine their reaction to metribuzin at 1 lb/acre, applied on 22 June 1973. Significant foliage injury was observed to cvs. Rex Chico, Springset, and Super Beefsteak. This early foliage injury was accompanied by reduced numbers and wt. of fruit in the early yields of cvs. Rex Chico and Springset. No significant reduction in total yields was observed in any of the varieties tested.

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