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Varietal differences in the tolerance of tomatoes to metribuzin



Varietal differences in the tolerance of tomatoes to metribuzin



Abstracts 1974 Meeting Weed Science Society of America: 122-123



Applications of 0.5 ppm. metribuzin in nutrient culture were significantly more toxic to 9-day-old seedlings of tomato Heinz 1706 than to tomato Fireball seedlings of the same age. The rate of root uptake and translocation to the shoot of metribuzin carbonyl-14C was essentially equal in both the tolerant Fireball and the less tolerant Heinz 1706 cvs.

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