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Persistence of five preplant herbicides after three annual repeated applications


Persistence of five preplant herbicides after three annual repeated applications



Proceedings 28th Annual Meeting Southern Weed Science Society: 294



ISSN/ISBN: 1091-8280

See also WA 24, 2954. The order of persistence of the herbicides applied to a sandy clay loam over a 3-year period, as detected by g.l.c., was trifluralin > fluchloralin > profluralin > nitralin > dinitramine. No nitralin or dinitramine residues were detectable the following seasons and no herbicide showed evidence of building up with repeated application.

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