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Chemical control of weeds in apple plantations

, : Chemical control of weeds in apple plantations. Rastitelna Zashchita 29(3): 23-26

Application of 12 kg Roundup 10 kg dalapon, 3 kg Dirimal Extra 5 kg Kerb and 25 l Strel ha against weeds in apple plantations was studied.

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