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Interception of Herbicidal Sprays by Oats and Its Relation to Alfalfa Stands

  • K. P. Dorschner (a1) and K. P. Buchholtz (a2)

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Forage legumes are often injured when herbicides, such as 2,4–dichlorophenoxyacetic acid (2,4–D), are applied to control weeds in fields of grain containing legume seedlings. At times the legume seedlings are not injured materially but in many instances the herbicide applications result in a moderate or even drastic thinning of the stand. Various factors have been suggested to account for the variability in results observed.

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1. Churchill, B. R., and Grigsby, B. H. Effects of herbicides upon legume seedlings. NCWCC Res. Rept. p. 110. 1950.
2. Dorschner, K. P., and Buchholtz, K. P. Wetting ability of aqueous herbicidal sprays as a factor influencing stands of alfalfa seedlings. Agron. Jour. 48:5963. 1956.
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Interception of Herbicidal Sprays by Oats and Its Relation to Alfalfa Stands

  • K. P. Dorschner (a1) and K. P. Buchholtz (a2)

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