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The tolerance of strawberries to ethofumesate: differences in varietal response and effects of mixture with phenmedipham

The tolerance of strawberries to ethofumesate: differences in varietal response and effects of mixture with phenmedipham

Experimental Horticulture 32: 38-48

The growth of newly-planted strawberries, Gorella, was temporarily checked by a post-planting application of ethofumesate at 1 and 2 kg/ha in spring, but by the end of the yr no difference from plants receiving the recommended herbicide treatment (lenacil at 2 kg/ha) remained. Fruit yield of Gorella was also reduced by spring treatments, but subsequent growth and yields in the following yr were unaffected.

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