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Differential tolerance of lupin cultivars (Lupinus angustifolius) to triazine herbicides



Differential tolerance of lupin cultivars (Lupinus angustifolius) to triazine herbicides



Proceedings of the 1st International Weed Control Congress (Vol. 2): 133-135



Field trials were carried out with applications of 0.5-4.0 kg/ha simazine to L. angustifolius Gungurru, Danja, Yorrel, Merrit and Illyarrie and 2 new breeder lines, 75A/330 and CE2/435, during 1988 and 1990 at East Chapman (a yellow sand soil) and East Beverley (a loamy soil), Western Australia. At East Chapman in 1988, Gungurru was the most tolerant to simazine and no losses in yields were observed (100% yield) with rates up to 2.25 kg.

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