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Garlic weed competition

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Harry S. Agamalian
Edward A. Kurtz

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California Agriculture 43(1):11-12.

Published January 01, 1989

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If not controlled with chemicals or by costly hand removal, weeds can cut garlic yields in half and lower the quality of the crop. Field trials comparing chemical and hand removal showed that judicious use of selective herbicides combined with good cultural practices will achieve best results.

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Garlic weed competition

Harry S. Agamalian, Edward A. Kurtz
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Garlic weed competition

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Authors

Harry S. Agamalian
Edward A. Kurtz

Publication Information

California Agriculture 43(1):11-12.

Published January 01, 1989

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

If not controlled with chemicals or by costly hand removal, weeds can cut garlic yields in half and lower the quality of the crop. Field trials comparing chemical and hand removal showed that judicious use of selective herbicides combined with good cultural practices will achieve best results.

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