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Preliminary evaluation of some herbicides applied in young non fruiting cranberry plantation

, : Preliminary evaluation of some herbicides applied in young non fruiting cranberry plantation. Acta Horticulturae (61): 309-313

Casoron Gesatop 50 and Liro-CIPC at different doses and times of application were tested during 4 years in a young cranberry plantation established on acid peat soil in northern Poland. In the first year after planting, only granular Casoron at 4 kg/ha applied in May, or powdered Casoron at 4 kg/ha applied in autumn, gave satisfactory results because all other treatments significantly decreased the number of cranberry vines.

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Accession: 000465603

DOI: 10.17660/ActaHortic.1977.61.37

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