Know symptoms of herbicide injury

Muzzi, Doreen
April 2004
Southeast Farm Press;4/14/2004, Vol. 31 Issue 11, p14
Trade Publication
Focuses on the symptoms of herbicide injury to crops. Sensitivity of corn as against cotton; Differences between conventional cotton and roundup ready cotton in glyphosate tolerance; Decision to replant as per the health of the affected plant.


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