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Selective black nightshade control in tomatoes

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Arthur H. Lange, University of California Kearney Agricultural Center, Parlier
Jack P. Orr, Sacramento County
Robert J. Mullen, San Joaquin County
Eugene M. Miyao, Yolo County
Lawrence D. Clement, Solano County
W. Dana Edson, Kearney Agricultural Center

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California Agriculture 40(1):26-27.

Published January 01, 1986

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Abstract

Success depends on giving tomatoes a head startAn herbicide originally developed for soybeans selectively controlled nightshade in tomato field trials.

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The authors acknowledge the help of Farm Advisors Robert Brendler, Ventura County, Philip Osterli, Stanislaus County, Harold Kempen, Kern County, and Bill Fischer, Fresno County, as well as the assistance of Neil Phillips of Patterson, a large number of tomato growers, and the Rohm and Haas Chemical Company, Rhone Poulenc Chemical Company and Stauffer Chemical Company.

Selective black nightshade control in tomatoes

Arthur H. Lange, Jack P. Orr, Robert J. Mullen, Eugene M. Miyao, Lawrence D. Clement, W. Dana Edson
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Selective black nightshade control in tomatoes

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Authors

Arthur H. Lange, University of California Kearney Agricultural Center, Parlier
Jack P. Orr, Sacramento County
Robert J. Mullen, San Joaquin County
Eugene M. Miyao, Yolo County
Lawrence D. Clement, Solano County
W. Dana Edson, Kearney Agricultural Center

Publication Information

California Agriculture 40(1):26-27.

Published January 01, 1986

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Success depends on giving tomatoes a head startAn herbicide originally developed for soybeans selectively controlled nightshade in tomato field trials.

Full text

Full text is available in PDF.

Author notes

The authors acknowledge the help of Farm Advisors Robert Brendler, Ventura County, Philip Osterli, Stanislaus County, Harold Kempen, Kern County, and Bill Fischer, Fresno County, as well as the assistance of Neil Phillips of Patterson, a large number of tomato growers, and the Rohm and Haas Chemical Company, Rhone Poulenc Chemical Company and Stauffer Chemical Company.


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