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Response of soil microbiota to selected herbicide treatments

Response of soil microbiota to selected herbicide treatments

Canadian Journal of Microbiology 23(4): 426-433

Recommended concentrations of paraquat alone and its combination with each of linuron, diuron, atrazine, simazine, and simazine plus diuron exerted little effect on total populations of bacteria, actinomycetes, and fungi in Fox sandy loam under laboratory and simulated field conditions in 66 and 77 days, respectively. Respiration of the total microbiota in soil suspension was affected by the combinations as well as individual herbicides in various concentrations.

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Accession: 000485925

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PMID: 861848

DOI: 10.1139/m77-063

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