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Chemical weed control of peaches and pears in southern France


, : Chemical weed control of peaches and pears in southern France. Informatore Agrario 39(2): 23869-23871

3-yr after planting peach trees, the area around the tree was sprayed with paraquat and the strip between the rows was sown with bromegrass. 4-yr after planting simazine was applied in Feb. at 0.75-1 kg a.i./ha and in successive yr was alternated with 0.8-1 kg a.i./ha of bromacil followed by applications of paraquat or amitrole at the end of March or beginning of April. Glyphosate was used against specific weeds such as Cynodon and Convolvulus and 2,4-D amine or 2,4,5-T against Equisetum.


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