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Physiological action and weed control efficiency of glyphosate on tea seedlings

Physiological action and weed control efficiency of glyphosate on tea seedlings

Taiwan Tea Research Bulletin ( 8): 1-16

Of the glyphosate applied to the foliage of tea seedlings, 14 and 36% was absorbed by leaves 2 and 21 days after application, resp. Glyphosate at 2400 ppm did not markedly affect the chlorophyll and free amino acid contents of the seedlings within 21 days of treatment, but soluble sugar and free amino acid contents increased significantly from 13.1 mg to 24.2 mg/g FW in the same period.

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