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Description of weed seedlings for the best choice of herbicide


, : Description of weed seedlings for the best choice of herbicide. Arroz 44(395): 14-21

Descriptions are given of 11 monocotyledonous (including red rice) and 7 dicotyledonous seedlings of problem weeds in rice crops in Colombia.

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