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Chemical weed control: Soil sterilants and translocated herbicides have their advantages and problems according to their special uses

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A. S. Crafts, University of California College of Agriculture

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California Agriculture 6(1):4-14.

Published January 01, 1952

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Three major fields of chemical weed control are open for further development: the uses of temporary soil sterilants, permanent soil sterilants, and translocated herbicides.

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The above progress report, based on Research Project No. 883, is a condensation of a paper read before the session on Herbicides of the 12th International Congress of Pure and Applied Chemistry in New York

Chemical weed control: Soil sterilants and translocated herbicides have their advantages and problems according to their special uses

A. S. Crafts
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Chemical weed control: Soil sterilants and translocated herbicides have their advantages and problems according to their special uses

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Authors

A. S. Crafts, University of California College of Agriculture

Publication Information

California Agriculture 6(1):4-14.

Published January 01, 1952

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Three major fields of chemical weed control are open for further development: the uses of temporary soil sterilants, permanent soil sterilants, and translocated herbicides.

Full text

Full text is available in PDF.

Author notes

The above progress report, based on Research Project No. 883, is a condensation of a paper read before the session on Herbicides of the 12th International Congress of Pure and Applied Chemistry in New York


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