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Weed Science in Perspective

  • Dayton L. Klingman (a1)


The theme for our meetings this year is “A Positive Concern for Society.” It is in this context that I will talk about “Weed Science in Perspective.” In doing so, we need to consider where we are, where we have been, and where we are going.



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Weed Science in Perspective

  • Dayton L. Klingman (a1)


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