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Response of different rice varieties to promising and recommended herbicide applications



Response of different rice varieties to promising and recommended herbicide applications



BIOTROP Newsletter (22): 4-5



In pot experiments, 2,4-D at concns. <25 p.p.m. promoted root growth of the H-4, a traditional variety, but inhibited both root and shoot growth at higher concns. 2,4-D produced injury symptoms at an early stage of growth while butachlor was safe.

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