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Varietal tolerance of horticultural crops to metribuzin



Varietal tolerance of horticultural crops to metribuzin



Abstracts of 1979 Meeting of the Weed Science Society of America: 115



Varietal differences in tolerance of tomatoes to metribuzin was reported in 1970. Fireball is the most tolerant while Heinz 1796 is the most susceptible Stage of seedling growth is a major factor influencing the tolerance. Physiological studies indicated that differential tolerance was related to the rate of detoxification by metabolism within the tomato leaves, which was approximately two-fold greater in the tolerant Fireball seedlings.

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