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Persistence of carbendazim in selected soils

, : Persistence of carbendazim in selected soils. Current Research, University of Agricultural Sciences, Bangalore 17(2): 16-18

Details are given of the persistence of this fungicide in red, laterite and black soils under flooded or nonflooded conditions. Persistence appears to depend more on soil moisture than on soil type.

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