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Effect of trifluralin on metribuzin treated tomatoes



Effect of trifluralin on metribuzin treated tomatoes



Proceedings of the Northeastern Weed Science Society, 1980 (Vol. 34): 110



Field experiments were conducted to determine the effect of trifluralin incorporated at 1.1 kg/ha before sowing on injury resulting from foliar application of metribuzin 0.56 kg/ha to Heinz 1350 tomato transplants in hoed plots. Plants treated with trifluralin did not show significant differences in dry weight attributable to metribuzin under light conditions which predispose plants to metribuzin injury.

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