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Sugarbeet. Weed control in sugarbeet. Split post-emergence treatments with phenmedipham/ethofumesate and phenmedipham/metamitron



Sugarbeet. Weed control in sugarbeet. Split post-emergence treatments with phenmedipham/ethofumesate and phenmedipham/metamitron



Revue de l' Agriculture 36(3): 741-746



Opt. dates and rates of herbicide application to control the increasing population of dicotyledonous weeds (particularly Galium aparine and Mercurialis annua) in sugarbeet are suggested as a result of field trials in 1981-2. Risks of toxicity to sugarbeet plants were reduced when phenmedipham/ethofumesate and phenmedipham/metamitron were applied after the 4-leaf stage. Pre-em. application of chloridazon or metamitron was recommended for control of Matricaria recutita.

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