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Estimating the possibility of mathematical modelling of the herbicide 2,4-D migration in the soil under microfield conditions with two regimes of water supply


, : Estimating the possibility of mathematical modelling of the herbicide 2,4-D migration in the soil under microfield conditions with two regimes of water supply. Agrokhimiya ( 5): 66-76

The migration of the herbicide 2,4-D in a derno-forest soil profile (0-100 cm) in the Moscow region of Russia, at infiltration rates of 40 mm/2 h and 40 mm/2 min, was studied with the aim of mathematical modelling the process.

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