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Chemical control of weeds in transplanted tomatoes in Saudi Arabia

, : Chemical control of weeds in transplanted tomatoes in Saudi Arabia. Crop Protection 1(4): 465-471

The herbicides metobromuron, diphenamid and dinitramine were tested either singly or in combination with dalapon for the control of weeds in transplanted tomato crops (cv. Venus) during 1979 and 1980.

Accession: 001053850

DOI: 10.1016/0261-2194(82)90027-8

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