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Chemical control of weeds in tomato. Study of the effectiveness of pre-emergence treatments

, : Chemical control of weeds in tomato. Study of the effectiveness of pre-emergence treatments. Plaguicidas y hormonas 1981-82: 30-31

One pre-emergence application of metribuzin (1 kg/ha) or butam (2 or 3 l/ha) + metribuzin (0.5 kg/ha) controlled Amaranthus sp., Chenopodium album and Echinochloa crus-galli in tomato (cv.

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