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Chemical control of weeds in spring vetch

, : Chemical control of weeds in spring vetch. Zashchita Rastenii (5): 32-33

Satisfactory control of weeds and significant increases in seed yields of spring vetch grown on derno-podzolic soil in 1979-81 in Belorussia were obtained with pre-em. application of 1.6-2 kg prometryne/ha; pre-em. application of 1.2-1.6 kg simazine or 0.8-1 kg linuron/ha was less effective. A decrease in fresh fodder yields with herbicides was ascribed to a decrease in the weed wt.

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