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Effect of triazine herbicides on the production of plant proteins



Effect of triazine herbicides on the production of plant proteins



Vaxtodling (30): 41



In the field trials reported, there was no clear evidence that simazine or terbutryne affected protein content in the kernels of cereals or in the d.m. of grasses, though responses probably vary with growing conditions. Simazine tended to increase the kernel yields of barley and oats leading to an increase in protein production but without affecting protein content. In growth chamber trials, at low N-levels in the soil (up to 80 kg N/ha) the triazines appeared to activate protein production.

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