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Chemical control of weeds in fodder swedes


, : Chemical control of weeds in fodder swedes. Zashchita Rastenii (7): 27-28

In trials in 1978-80 with fodder swedes grown on peat soil in Kirov region, Ramrod at 6.2-9.2 kg/ha applied pre-em. was more effective in decreasing populations of annual weeds and in increasing yields than when applied before sowing. Ramrod residues were absent in the roots during 2 yr; it was present only in traces in 1979.


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