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Developments with mefluidide (Vistar) soybean herbicide



Developments with mefluidide (Vistar) soybean herbicide



Proceedings 34th Annual Meeting Southern Weed Science Society: 53



In trials in soybeans, Vistar 2-S post-em. at 0.14 kg/ha followed 3-7 days later by 0.14-0.28 kg/ha gave better control of Sorghum halepense than a single application of 0.28-0.56 kg.

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