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An evaluation of metribuzin for transplanted tomatoes



An evaluation of metribuzin for transplanted tomatoes



Proceedings of the Northeastern Weed Science Society, New York City: 230-236



Metribuzin was less toxic on a loamy sand when incorporated before than when applied after transplanting. Tomato Dorchester was more sensitive to pre-transplanting treatments than Heinz 1350. Mixtures of trifluralin at 0.33-0.5 lb + metribuzin at 0.25-0.5 lb/acre, incorporated before transplanting, were acceptable. Metribuzin at 0.25 lb/acre, applied 13 days after transplanting, was tolerated but at 0.5 lb/acre significantly reduced vigour and yields.

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