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Tolerance of fresh market transplanted tomatoes lycopersicon esculentum to metribuzin applied at various dates after transplanting



Tolerance of fresh market transplanted tomatoes lycopersicon esculentum to metribuzin applied at various dates after transplanting



Canadian Journal of Plant Science 60(2): 759-762




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