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Control of solanaceous weeds in process snap beans


, : Control of solanaceous weeds in process snap beans. Proceedings of the thirty ninth New Zealand Weed and Pest Control Conference: 219-223

The almost exclusive use of the herbicide trifluralin coupled with the lack of adequate crop rotation has led to a predominance of solanaceous weeds in the major process bean (Phaseolus vulgaris) growing areas of New Zealand. A series of 5 trials were carried out in Hawkes Bay during the 1983-85 seasons evaluating pre-sowing and pre-em. treatments.


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