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Differential response of wheat cultivars to chlorsulfuron



Differential response of wheat cultivars to chlorsulfuron



Proceedings of the Forty Third New Zealand Weed and Pest Control Conference: 150-153



The tolerance of 13 wheat cultivars to foliar applications of chlorsulfuron at 30-90 g/ha were tested in pot experiments. Growth was reduced in the cultivars Rongotea and Lancer. In a further experiment, in 1989-90, 2 methods of application, one to foliage + soil and the other to foliage only, were used to determine the effect of soil activity on the efficacy of chlorsulfuron at 0-6 g. Cultivars Rongotea and Lancer were the most sensitive, based on reductions in shoot DW.

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