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Studies on the response of soybean, common cocklebur and giant foxtail to mefluidide



Studies on the response of soybean, common cocklebur and giant foxtail to mefluidide



Dissertation Abstracts International, B 39(12, Pt. 1): 5694-5695



Glasshouse and field studies indicated that mefluidide alone may not be sufficient to control growth of common cocklebur (Xanthium pensylvanicum) at rates which do not injure soybeans, but that little advantage was gained by using the herbicide in mixtures with others for the control of giant foxtail (Setaria faberi). Absorption and translocation of 14C-labelled mefluidide was initially very rapid in the case of S. faberi.

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