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Comparative study of the residues of chlorothalonil on tomatoes grown in the field or greenhouse with spraying, smoking or steam fog fumigation



Comparative study of the residues of chlorothalonil on tomatoes grown in the field or greenhouse with spraying, smoking or steam fog fumigation



Bulletin of the Agricultural Chemicals Inspection Station (16): 39-44



Data are presented on the residues on field-grown tomatoes sprayed 3 or 5 times with chlorothalonil, and on glasshouse-grown tomatoes after 3 or 5 spray applications or 3 smoke or fog applications, assessed at intervals up to 20 days after the last application.

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