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Effect of trifluralin on growth, earliness and value of tomato fruits



Effect of trifluralin on growth, earliness and value of tomato fruits



Biuletyn Warzywniczy 19: 203-216



Trifluralin at 0.48 kg/ha strongly inhibited tomato growth in pure quartz sand but as much as 1.92 kg/ha did not affect growth in a hotbed soil rich in o.m. In the sand, stunting was visible after 2 weeks, reached its peak at 4 weeks and was more pronounced in roots than in shoots. Four weeks after treatment, the foliage contained increased amounts of nitrate-N and K in comparison with untreated controls.

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