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Improvement of herbicide use in crop production. II. Most suitable rates of metribuzin for transplanted tomatoes



Improvement of herbicide use in crop production. II. Most suitable rates of metribuzin for transplanted tomatoes



Journal of the Korean Society for Horticultural Science 21(1): 23-27



Outdoor transplanted tomatoes (cv. Daehyungboksu No.2) were treated with metribuzin at various rates up to 3.0 kg/ha or napropamide, or hand-weeded. With metribuzin at 0.75-2.15 kg/ha tomato yields were 90-95 kg/30 m2 and higher than in other treatments.

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