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Control of chloroplastic resistant weed biotypes in vineyard: the phytotoxicity of pendimethalin

Control of chloroplastic resistant weed biotypes in vineyard: the phytotoxicity of pendimethalin

Proceedings of a meeting of the EC Experts' Group, Dublin, 12-14 June 1985: 31-35

Instances of vine damage incurred during tests of pendimethalin against troublesome weeds in the Valais region, Switzerland, prompted an investigation of crop response to the herbicide in its vapour phase. In pot trials carried out in the greenhouse under controlled temp. conditions, young vine plants Gamay and Chasselas suffered no ill effects when placed in air containing vapour from 9.4 x 10-3 M pendimethalin (equivalent to 0.8% Stomp).

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