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The control of Agropyron repens and broad-leaved weeds pre-harvest of wheat and barley with the isopropylamine salt of glyphosate



The control of Agropyron repens and broad-leaved weeds pre-harvest of wheat and barley with the isopropylamine salt of glyphosate



Proceedings 1980 British Crop Protection Conference Weeds: 53-60



In a series of 25 small plot experiments, each of 4 replicates, glyphosate, applied pre-harvest to wheat and barley gave excellent control of Agropyron repens and a range of commonly occurring broad-leaved weeds; late developing crop tillers and actively-growing annual weeds were so well controlled that faster harvesting and cheaper grain cleaning and drying resulted.

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