Dry weather may limit herbicides

Case, Philip
March 2010
Farmers Weekly;3/19/2010, Vol. 152 Issue 11, p60
Trade Publication
The article reports on the application of herbicides before the emergence of crops and when the soil is moist to maximize its benefits.


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