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Barley grass control with herbicides in subterranean clover. 2. Effect on pasture and wheat in the year following spraying


, : Barley grass control with herbicides in subterranean clover. 2. Effect on pasture and wheat in the year following spraying. Australian Journal of Experimental Agriculture 33(6): 743-749

In field trials conducted at Turretfield Research Centre, S. Australia, during 1988-89, the residual effects were evaluated of fluazifop-P at 106 g/ha, glyphosate at 90 g and paraquat at 100-150 g - applied for the control of barley grass (Hordeum leporinum (H. murinum subsp. leporinum)) in a subterranean clover (Trifolium subterraneum) Clare pasture - on naturally regenerating pasture and on wheat Machete in the year after application.

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