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The response of dahlias to soil-applied herbicides



The response of dahlias to soil-applied herbicides



Proc. 9th Br. Weed Control Conf, 965-70. Bibl. 7



In field experiments during 1965 to '67, chloramben, lenacil, linuron, prometryne, simazine and trifluralin were applied to four varieties of dahlia growing in sandy loam soil. All treatments except chloramben at 3 and 6 pounds per acre and trifluralin at 1 pounds per acre gave good control of weeds. Simazine at 1 pounds per acre damaged 3 varieties and was considered unsuitable for general use even as a directed spray.

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