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Initial deposits and persistence of azadirachtin in fir and oak foliage after spray application of 'Margosan-O' formulation


Initial deposits and persistence of azadirachtin in fir and oak foliage after spray application of 'Margosan-O' formulation



Pesticide Science 41: 9-38



DOI: 10.1002/ps.2780410209


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