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Differential tolerance of two barley cultivars to metribuzin



Differential tolerance of two barley cultivars to metribuzin



Canadian Journal of Plant Science 65(2): 415-421



In greenhouse and growth chamber studies, barley Klondike was more susceptible to post-em. application of metribuzin applied at rates equivalent to 0-0.84 kg/ha than Summit. Klondike was most susceptible following herbicide application at the 3-leaf stage and when soil was moist at application or application was followed by a period of cold (0 degrees C).

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DOI: 10.4141/cjps85-056



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