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Chemical control of grassy weeds in wheat

, : Chemical control of grassy weeds in wheat. Indian Journal of Agronomy 26(3): 302-306

The post-em. application of metoxuron at 1.75 kg a.i. or terbutryne at 0.75 kg a.i./ha gave effective control of Phalaris minor, Avena ludoviciana and other weed spp. in wheat grown on loamy clay soil and resulted in grain yields 2.4-3.2% higher than with 1 handweeding and 83.8-85.3% higher than without weed control.

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