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Legurame - a selective weed-killer for legume crops: the control of grasses in vetch

, : Legurame - a selective weed-killer for legume crops: the control of grasses in vetch. Hassadeh 63(12): 2731-2732

Legurame applied pre- or post-em. at 1.5 kg/ha provided good control of grasses in vetch by preventing grass emergence. Treatment with Legurame improved the quality of vetch hay.

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