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Vegetation management in the New Jersey tree fruit IPM program


Proceedings, 39th annual meeting of the Northeastern Weed Science Society: 199-203
Vegetation management in the New Jersey tree fruit IPM program
Results of a survey of weed spp. in New Jersey peach orchards and of herbicide injury to trees and of nematode levels are reported.


Accession: 001507084



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