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CIPC: For weed control in garlic

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F. M. Ashton, University of California
L. K. Mann, University of California
A. R. Saghir, University of California
W. M. Seyman, Santa Clara County
H. B. Collins, San Benito County
R. H. Tyler, San Benito County
L. E. Allen, Lassen County

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California Agriculture 19(6):10-12.

Published June 01, 1965

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Abstract

The herbicide CIPC, applied at 4 lbs per acre as a preemergence treatment for weed control in garlic, can be used safely in major production areas of California—and offers substantial savings over the usual cultivation and hand-weeding costs.

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CIPC: For weed control in garlic

F. M. Ashton, L. K. Mann, A. R. Saghir, W. M. Seyman, H. B. Collins, R. H. Tyler, L. E. Allen
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CIPC: For weed control in garlic

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Authors

F. M. Ashton, University of California
L. K. Mann, University of California
A. R. Saghir, University of California
W. M. Seyman, Santa Clara County
H. B. Collins, San Benito County
R. H. Tyler, San Benito County
L. E. Allen, Lassen County

Publication Information

California Agriculture 19(6):10-12.

Published June 01, 1965

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

The herbicide CIPC, applied at 4 lbs per acre as a preemergence treatment for weed control in garlic, can be used safely in major production areas of California—and offers substantial savings over the usual cultivation and hand-weeding costs.

Full text

Full text is available in PDF.

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