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Different herbicide doses in barley - studies of the actual requirement



Different herbicide doses in barley - studies of the actual requirement



Swedish Crop Protection Conference Weeds and weed control ( 32): 53-64



In 10 field trials over 3 years in Sweden with barley sprayed with 0.6-4.8 litres/ha Oxitril 4 (300 g/litre dichlorprop, 130 g MCPA, 58 g ioxynil and 38 g bromoxynil) and 1.0-8.0 litres Diprop-MCPA (400 g dichlorprop and 200 g MCPA), the best and most economic results in approx. 60% of the trials were obtained with no spraying or quarter rate applications of a recommended herbicide rate.

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