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Chemical weed control in the field

, : Chemical weed control in the field. Informatore di Ortoflorofrutticoltura 24(4): 7-11

Advice is given on herbicides for the summer and winter treatment of asparagus beds, and on pre-sowing, pre-emergence and post-emergence treatments for peas, Phaseolus vulgaris and spinach crops.

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