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Field, laboratory and modelling studies to evaluate Aclonifen soil fate

Field, laboratory and modelling studies to evaluate Aclonifen soil fate

Toxicological & Environmental Chemistry 70(1-2): 29-47

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DOI: 10.1080/02772249909358737

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