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Control of black nightshade in California cotton when rainfall does not occur






Proceedings of the Western Society of Weed Science 39: 34-35

Control of black nightshade in California cotton when rainfall does not occur

In field trials in the San Joaquin Valley, California in 1984-85, over-the-top spraying with MSMA and DSMA stunted the growth of Solanum nigrum and S. americanum in cotton fields for about 3 weeks, enabling post-em. directed sprays to give complete control.


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