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Agricultural chemicals used in vineyards (prices and characteristics)


, : Agricultural chemicals used in vineyards (prices and characteristics). Informatore Agrario 46(Supplement 16): 50 pp.

Information is provided on the active ingredient, commercial name, company of production and/or distribution, toxicological class, safety period, dose and price of agricultural chemicals (including fungicides, insecticides, microbial pesticides and acaricides) used in vineyards in Italy.

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