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Effect of nitrogen levels on metribuzin tolerance in tomatoes



Effect of nitrogen levels on metribuzin tolerance in tomatoes



Research Report, Storrs Agricultural Experiment Station, Connecticut University (65): 17



Metribuzin-treated tomato plants, Heinz 1350, suffered greater stand reduction if they had received high N treatments in the greenhouse, at transplanting in the field, and before herbicide application, than if they had received low N. After herbicide treatment the percentage of N in low-N plants rose more than that in the high-N plants but was still not as great. In damaged tissues of both high-N and low-N plants percentage N was specially high and C:N ratio low.

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