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Residue problems encountered in England



Residue problems encountered in England



Proceedings EWRS Symposium on Theory and Practice of the Use of Soil Applied Herbicides, Versailles, 1981: 201-207



A few instances occur each year of crops being damaged by residues of soil-acting herbicides applied to a previous crop, because of excessive or uneven application, sowing too soon after application or failure to plough or cultivate deeply. The worst cases of damage are often partly caused by unusual weather leading to slower than normal degradation of residues. Examples are given of damage from the residues of 23 herbicides.

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