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Effect of trifluralin and metribuzin combinations on soybean tolerance to metribuzin



Effect of trifluralin and metribuzin combinations on soybean tolerance to metribuzin



Weed Science 25(1): 88-93



In field trials, soybeans treated with trifluralin at 0.56 and 0.84 kg/ha were protected from injury by metribuzin at 0.28 to 1.12 kg/ha. Soybean injury from metribuzin at high soil pH values was reduced by applying it in combination with trifluralin. Trifluralin also protected soybeans from injury caused by low rates of atrazine in glasshouse studies.

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