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Herbicide efficacy and crop tolerance after fall soil treatment with liquid and granular hexazinone



Herbicide efficacy and crop tolerance after fall soil treatment with liquid and granular hexazinone



Proceedings of the annual meeting of the Northeastern Weed Science Society: 35-36



Preparation of 2 sites near St. Leonard, New Brunswick, with 2 kg granular and liquid hexazinone/ha applied in Sep. 1986 effectively controlled Rubus idaeus for 1 and 2 growing seasons, resp., while both formulations controlled grasses for 1 season.

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