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New chemicals show promise…: Weed control in transplanted celery

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A. H. Lange, University of California
R. A. Brendler, Venture County
J. M. Lyons, Department of Vegetable Crops

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California Agriculture 19(2):2-3.

Published February 01, 1965

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Two new herbicides—prometryne and FW 925 (neither is registered for use on celery, so cannot be recommended)—have shown promise for weed control in transplanted celery, according to these preliminary tests in Ventura County.

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New chemicals show promise…: Weed control in transplanted celery

A. H. Lange, R. A. Brendler, J. M. Lyons
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New chemicals show promise…: Weed control in transplanted celery

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Authors

A. H. Lange, University of California
R. A. Brendler, Venture County
J. M. Lyons, Department of Vegetable Crops

Publication Information

California Agriculture 19(2):2-3.

Published February 01, 1965

PDF  |  Citation  |  Permissions

Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Two new herbicides—prometryne and FW 925 (neither is registered for use on celery, so cannot be recommended)—have shown promise for weed control in transplanted celery, according to these preliminary tests in Ventura County.

Full text

Full text is available in PDF.

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