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Tolerance of nine strawberry cultivars to mixtures containing phenmedipham, desmedipham and ethofumesate



Tolerance of nine strawberry cultivars to mixtures containing phenmedipham, desmedipham and ethofumesate



Zeszyty Naukowe Instytutu Sadownictwa i Kwiaciarstwa w Skierniewicach 9: 199-212



A field experiment was conducted during 27-28 April 1994 in Poland to determine the tolerance of strawberry cultivars Senga Sengana, Dukat, Kama, Real, Syriusz, Redgauntlet, Elsanta, Dana, and Gerida to ready-to-use mixtures (FDE) containing 60 g phenmedipham, 60 g desmedipham, and 60 g ethofumesate/litre. FDE was applied in split-doses at recommended (90+90+90 g/ha) x 3 and doubled rates prior to flowering.

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