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Ecological consequences of the use of chemical agents in farming

Ecological consequences of the use of chemical agents in farming

Agrokhimiya (8): 96-104

A long-term experiment in soddy-podzolic heavy loamy soil and short-term experiments in soddy-podzolic sandy loam and loamy soils were conducted using vetch, oats, winter wheat, potatoes, barley and clover. The use of fungicides and herbicides (sencor, butrazine, fusilade, simazine, prometryn and linuron) was found to have a negative effect on populations of various bacteria and Fusarium species. Increased levels of toxic substance were observed in the root system and in the final production of the crops. This effect was more prolonged in the systematic use of chemical agents, as opposed to short-term use.

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