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Effect of atrazine on soybean tolerance to metribuzin



Effect of atrazine on soybean tolerance to metribuzin



Weed Science 25(2): 115-121



Atrazine at 0.14 kg/ha and metribuzin at 0.56 kg/ha applied under field conditions interacted synergistically to reduce soybean Harosoy-63 growth. In the glasshouse, a number of combinations with atrazine at 0.07 kg/ha or greater and metribuzin at 0.56 kg/ha and greater interacted synergistically to reduce soybean fresh and dry wts 30 days after sowing. Over a soil pH range of 4.6, 5.6, and 6.7, atrazine-metribuzin interactions were more apparent as the soil pH values increased.

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DOI: 10.2307/4042819



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