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Tolerance of fresh market transplanted tomatoes to metribuzin applied at various dates after transplanting



Tolerance of fresh market transplanted tomatoes to metribuzin applied at various dates after transplanting



Canadian Journal of Plant Science 60(2): 759-761



Metribuzin applied to fresh market field tomatoes 'Springset' at 2-day intervals from 10 to 30 days after transplanting did not affect yield or fruit size in comparison with unsprayed weed-free plots in 1978 and 1979. A considerable period of tolerance to field applications of the herbicide is indicated.

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