Effects of concentration and application method of herbicides on their residual toxicity in soil. - Studies on the residual toxicity of herbicides in soil II

Wang, C.C.; Tsai, R.C.; Huang, T.C.

Journal of the Agricultural Association of China 100: 103-116

1977


Accession: 000360328

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Abstract
The residual toxicity of eleven herbicides was investigated using leaching columns with soybean and jute as test plants in the greenhouse. Jute was much more sensitive than soybean. Three months after application, triazines showed the greatest persistence, followed by substituted ureas. The movement of the herbicides into successive 10-cm layers down to 100 cm was determined.