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Density dependent relationships to herbicide response


, : Density dependent relationships to herbicide response. Hewitt, H G [Editor], Caseley, J [Editor], Copping, L G [Editor], Grayson, B T [Editor], Tyson, D [Editor] British Crop Protection Council Monograph; Comparing glasshouse and field pesticide performance, II 35-46



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