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Yellow and green foxtail control in alfalfa

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Jack P. Orr, Sacramento County
W. Michael Canevari, San Joaquin County
Donald Colbert, American Cyanamid Company
Ronald N. Vargas, Madera County
Russell W. Wallace, Fresno State University
Raymond C. Henning, Chevron Chemical Company

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California Agriculture 39(11):26-28.

Published November 01, 1985

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It may be practical to use herbicides to reduce foxtail seed heads, the main contaminant.

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Yellow and green foxtail control in alfalfa

Jack P. Orr, W. Michael Canevari, Donald Colbert, Ronald N. Vargas, Russell W. Wallace, Raymond C. Henning
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Yellow and green foxtail control in alfalfa

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Authors

Jack P. Orr, Sacramento County
W. Michael Canevari, San Joaquin County
Donald Colbert, American Cyanamid Company
Ronald N. Vargas, Madera County
Russell W. Wallace, Fresno State University
Raymond C. Henning, Chevron Chemical Company

Publication Information

California Agriculture 39(11):26-28.

Published November 01, 1985

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

It may be practical to use herbicides to reduce foxtail seed heads, the main contaminant.

Full text

Full text is available in PDF.

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