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Response of laboratory animals to a fungus used as a biological herbicide



Response of laboratory animals to a fungus used as a biological herbicide



Arkansas Farm Research 24(6): 16



The naturally-occurring fungus (Colletotrichum gloesporioides f. sp. aeschynomene) of the weed Aeschynomene virginica has undergone toxicity tests under the provisions of the US Environmental Protection Agency prior to further assessment of its potential as an agent for the control of A. virginica in rice.

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