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Vegetable susceptibility to DPX-Y6202

, : Vegetable susceptibility to DPX-Y6202. Proceedings, 39th annual meeting of the Northeastern Weed Science Society: 122

In field and greenhouse experiments in Ohio in 1984, the effects of nonionic surfactant or crop oil concentrate on the herbicidal activity of post-em. applications of DPX-Y6202 in cucumbers Calypso were investigated. The type of adjuvant had no effect but the rate of adjuvant affected both crop yield and visual phytotoxicity.

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