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Selective weed killers: Character of crop plants and weeds must be known to determine proper chemical control methods

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A. S. Crafts, Botany and Botanist in the Experiment Station, Davis
W. A. Harvey, Botany and in the Experiment Station, Davis

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California Agriculture 4(2):11-11.

Published February 01, 1950

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Abstract

Differential wetting is an important factor in the successful use of selective weed killers—chemical herbicides.

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The above article is based upon the California Agricultural Extension Service Circular 157, Selective Weed Killers, by the same authors and is available without cost from the local Farm Advisor or by addressing a request to the Agriculture Information Office, University of California.

Selective weed killers: Character of crop plants and weeds must be known to determine proper chemical control methods

A. S. Crafts, W. A. Harvey
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Selective weed killers: Character of crop plants and weeds must be known to determine proper chemical control methods

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Authors

A. S. Crafts, Botany and Botanist in the Experiment Station, Davis
W. A. Harvey, Botany and in the Experiment Station, Davis

Publication Information

California Agriculture 4(2):11-11.

Published February 01, 1950

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Differential wetting is an important factor in the successful use of selective weed killers—chemical herbicides.

Full text

Full text is available in PDF.

Author notes

The above article is based upon the California Agricultural Extension Service Circular 157, Selective Weed Killers, by the same authors and is available without cost from the local Farm Advisor or by addressing a request to the Agriculture Information Office, University of California.


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