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The use of new sugar beet and salvinia tests for determination of phytotoxicity of some herbicides

, : The use of new sugar beet and salvinia tests for determination of phytotoxicity of some herbicides. Zeszyty Naukowe Akademii Rolniczej we Wrocawiu, Rolnictwo ( 52): 63-70

Sugarbeet and salvinia (Salvinia sp.) were compared as bioassay plants for assessing the phytotoxicity of Casoron Glean Fusilade and Roundup Salvinia was the more sensitive plant and the test took a shorter time.

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