Miller, Sue
August 1995
New York State Conservationist;Aug95, Vol. 50 Issue 1, p34
Looks at how the problem concerning the regulation of the use of the herbicide PROWL in mucklands, areas in New York in which onions are grown. Toxicity of the herbicide; Temporary use of the herbicide in conjunction with field tests by the Vegetable Growers Association to determine whether the Department of Environmental Conservation should impose label restrictions.


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