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The effect of atrazine residues on soybean tolerance to metribuzin



The effect of atrazine residues on soybean tolerance to metribuzin



Proceedings of the North Central Weed Control Conference (Vol. 29): 94



Atrazine residue in soil from previous atrazine applications may cause injury to soybeans under certain environmental conditions. Metribuzin may also cause injury to soybeans under a variety of conditions. In the field, atrazine at 0.14 kg/ha and metribuzin at 0.56 kg/ha interacted synergistically to reduce soybean growth. In the glasshouse, a number of combinations with atrazine at 0.07 kg/ha or more and metribuzin at 0.56 kg/ha or more interacted synergistically.

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