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Resistance, tolerance and susceptibility of several grape cultivars to volatile esters of 2,4-D



Resistance, tolerance and susceptibility of several grape cultivars to volatile esters of 2,4-D



Proceedings North Central Weed Control Conference, 1976 (Vol. 31): 109-113



Grape vine cvs are classified according to their response to 2,4-D vapour observed in the field. Shoot pinching did not appear to be a reliable way of limiting the effects of 2,4-D on a commercial scale.

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