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The selectivity of spring grasskiller treatments in a winter wheat crop previously treated pre-em


The selectivity of spring grasskiller treatments in a winter wheat crop previously treated pre-em



Compte Rendu de la 8e Conference du COLUMA: 457-465



On a clay loam soil in Belgium, pre-em. herbicide treatments alone on winter wheat were ineffective if the autumn was either very dry or very wet; moreover in some cases the fields became heavily infested with Alopecurus myosuroides in spring. Under these conditions a repeat application with chlortoluron or methabenzthiazuron at normal post-em. rates was found to be selective and to make good the deficiencies of the pre-em. treatments.

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