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Weed control in transplanted tomatoes using combinations of metribuzin with diphenamid or trifluralin in several application schedules



Weed control in transplanted tomatoes using combinations of metribuzin with diphenamid or trifluralin in several application schedules



Proceedings of the Northeastern Weed Science Society (Vol. 32): 213-218



Weed control and crop tolerance were studied in transplanted tomatoes using combinations of metribuzin at 0.25 lb with diphenamid at 3-4.5 lb/acre or with trifluralin at 0.25-0.75 lb/acre. These herbicides were applied prior to planting and soil-incorporated. They were applied alone, in mixtures, and as sequential treatments, with metribuzin being the follow-up herbicide.

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