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Differences in selectivity and physiological effects of quinclorac between rice and barnyardgrass compared with 2,4-D



Differences in selectivity and physiological effects of quinclorac between rice and barnyardgrass compared with 2,4-D



Proceedings, 13th Asian Pacific Weed Science Society Conference ( 1): 103-111



The selectivity of quinclorac and 2,4-D between rice Dongjin and barnyardgrass (Echinochloa crus-galli) var. formosensis was quantified after foliar application of the herbicides to 1-leaf stage seedlings. The selectivity of quinclorac was 934-fold greater than that of 2,4-D between the 2 species.

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