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Journal of the Department of Agriculture, Western Australia, Series 4

Article Title

Can spraying for wild radish and turnip affect the cereal crop

Authors

G R W Meadly

Keywords

Herbicides, Herbicide damage, Cereals

First Page Number

271

Last Page Number

272

Abstract

THE hormone-like herbicides are playing such an important part in the control of weeds in cereal crops, that there is a tendency to accept them as being completely selective with a capacity to remove the weeds without any risk to the crop.

This is particularly the case when dealing with wild radish and wild turnip which are among the more susceptible weeds and require relatively small doses.

Erratum

See contained in previous article Fruit Fly D G. Shedley Vol 1 No 3 page 271

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