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A contribution to the study of weed control in garlic (Allium sativum L.), shallots (Allium ascalonicum L.) and onions (Allium cepa L.)

A contribution to the study of weed control in garlic (Allium sativum L.), shallots (Allium ascalonicum L.) and onions (Allium cepa L.)

Compte Rendu de la 11e Conference du COLUMA (Tome 2): 470-478

Results are given of four years' research on a loamy sand soil to broaden the spectrum of herbicides available for use in garlic, shallots and onions. In garlic and shallots, good results were obtained with carbetamide at 2.4 kg/ha post-em. following methabenzthiazuron at 2.1 kg/ha or neburon at 1.8 kg/ha pre-em. and with propyzamide at 1 kg/ha post-em. following neburon at 1.8 kg/ha or butralin at 1.8 kg/ha pre-em.

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