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Control of heartsease and meadow grass in peas at Quimperle


, : Control of heartsease and meadow grass in peas at Quimperle. Pois, fongicides, desherbage Compte rendu essais 1986: 35-38

Herbogil (dinoterb) did not control Poa trivialis, Viola arvensis or Lamium sp. and Tribunil (methabenzthiazuron) failed to control V. arvensis and L. purpureum in peas.


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