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Studies on the availability of herbicides in the presence of clay minerals, and the phytotoxicity of herbicides in relation to the nutrient supply of the plant



Studies on the availability of herbicides in the presence of clay minerals, and the phytotoxicity of herbicides in relation to the nutrient supply of the plant



Abschlussbericht zum Schwerpunktprogramm Verhalten und Nebenwirkungen von Herbiziden im Boden und in Kulturpflanzen; ed by H Borner Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft Forschungsbericht: Herbizide: 96-101



In the first study, the effect was determined of plant-induced pH changes on atrazine adsorption on clay minerals. In nutrient solutions containing sodium bentonite and potassium montmorillonite the use of NO3- as a source of N increased the pH of the medium, as conditioned by the presence of maize, thereby resulting in atrazine desorption. With NH4+ as a N source, pH was reduced and more herbicide was adsorbed by the minerals.

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