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Assessment of water quality employing intercrop, water table control and tillage management for corn production with band application of atrazine, metribuzin and metolachlor

Assessment of water quality employing intercrop, water table control and tillage management for corn production with band application of atrazine, metribuzin and metolachlor

Abstracts of Papers American Chemical Society 206(1-2): AGRO 59

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