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A new method for exposure of field crops to sulphur dioxide



A new method for exposure of field crops to sulphur dioxide



Effects of gaseous air pollution in agriculture and horticulture [Unsworth, MH; Ormrod, DP Editors]: 452-453



A technique which allows large areas of crops to be exposed to air pollutants permitting regular destructive sampling without severely modifying plant density is described for a field of wheat.

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