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Iron additives influence plant reactions to 2,4-D concentrations

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R. C. Huffaker, University of California
A. V. Sarquis
M. Akasha, Department of Agriculture, University of California
M. D. Miller, Agricultural Extension Service

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California Agriculture 18(10):8-9.

Published October 01, 1964

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Tests show that wheat and barley can withstand higher concentrations of 2,4-D when an iron additive is included in the spray solution—indicating the possibility of obtaining increased growth of cereals over a broader range of 2,4-D concentrations and increased efficiency of broad-leaved weed control.

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Iron additives influence plant reactions to 2,4-D concentrations

R. C. Huffaker, A. V. Sarquis, M. Akasha, M. D. Miller
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Iron additives influence plant reactions to 2,4-D concentrations

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Authors

R. C. Huffaker, University of California
A. V. Sarquis
M. Akasha, Department of Agriculture, University of California
M. D. Miller, Agricultural Extension Service

Publication Information

California Agriculture 18(10):8-9.

Published October 01, 1964

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Tests show that wheat and barley can withstand higher concentrations of 2,4-D when an iron additive is included in the spray solution—indicating the possibility of obtaining increased growth of cereals over a broader range of 2,4-D concentrations and increased efficiency of broad-leaved weed control.

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