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Effect of wetting agent, stage of growth and species on differential selectivity of HOE-23 408



Effect of wetting agent, stage of growth and species on differential selectivity of HOE-23 408



Proceedings North Central Weed Control Conference, 1976 (Vol. 31): 134



The selectivity of HOE-23 408 (diclofop-methyl) applied post-em. at 0.56-1.12 kg/ha was evaluated under field conditions using 3 crops (wheat, soybeans and cucumber) and 9 weed grasses (treated with HOE-23 408 when they were at the 1- to 3-true leaf stage and 10 days later at tillering).

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