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Glyphosate controls attached dodder selectively in alfalfa

, : Glyphosate controls attached dodder selectively in alfalfa. Proceedings of the Western Society of Weed Science (Vol.39): 208-209

In field trials at Prosser, Washington, low rates of glyphosate selectively controlled dodder (Cuscuta indecora and C. campestris) in Medicago sativa when applied after the parasite was established.

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Dawson, Jh, 1986: Glyphosate controls attached dodder selectivity in alfalfa. Proceedings Western Society of Weed Science9(39): 208-209

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