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Herbicide residues—broadcast vs. banding

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B. Fischer, Fresno County
A. Lange, Agricultural Research and Extension Center

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California Agriculture 26(5):13-13.

Published May 01, 1972

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Abstract

Broadcast applications of herbicides on several crops generally produced fewer residual effects than herbicides banded in the Panoche clay loam soil of the San Joaquin Valley test sites.

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Richard Hoover, and Fred Fisher of U.C. Westside Field Station, Five Points, also assisted with this study.

Herbicide residues—broadcast vs. banding

B. Fischer, A. Lange
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Herbicide residues—broadcast vs. banding

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Authors

B. Fischer, Fresno County
A. Lange, Agricultural Research and Extension Center

Publication Information

California Agriculture 26(5):13-13.

Published May 01, 1972

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Broadcast applications of herbicides on several crops generally produced fewer residual effects than herbicides banded in the Panoche clay loam soil of the San Joaquin Valley test sites.

Full text

Full text is available in PDF.

Author notes

Richard Hoover, and Fred Fisher of U.C. Westside Field Station, Five Points, also assisted with this study.


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