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Behaviour of herbicides in plants


, : Behaviour of herbicides in plants. Integrated weed management for sustainable agriculture Proceedings of an Indian Society of Weed Science International Symposium, Hisar, India, 18-20 November 1993 (Vol. I): 239-249

Factors which influence the effective delivery of herbicides to target sites and the selective activity of foliage and soil-applied herbicides are discussed.

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