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Production of an Antibiotic Substance on Wheat Straw and other Organic Materials and in Soil
MANY soil micro-organisms produce under artificial conditions antibiotic substances which inhibit the growth of certain plant pathogens. On the assumption that a similar process may take place in theExpand
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Effects of paraquat, aminotriazole and glyphosate on cellulose decomposition
Summary: Resume: Zusammenfassung Effects of paraquat, activated aminoiriazole am) glyphosate on cellulose decomposition were studied in laboratory experiments. Herbicides were either incorporatedExpand
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Specific microbial responses to herbicides
Summary: Examples from the literature and from the authors’own laboratory demonstrate that herbicides can exert adverse effects on the soil micro-flora, depending on concentration, though often atExpand
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The effect of seven substituted urea herbicides on the soil microflora
Chloroxuron, diuron, fluometuron, metobromuron and monuron added to soil at 500 parts/million a.i. on a dry weight basis caused an initial stimulation of CO2 production, followed by indications ofExpand
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THE EFFECT OF REPEATED FIELD APPLICATIONS OF FOUR HERBICIDES ON THE EVOLUTION OF CARBON DIOXIDE AND MINERALIZATION OF NITROGEN IN SOIL
Summary The effect of repeated annual applications over 7-8 years of MCPA, triallate, simazine and linuron to field plots on the evolution of CO2 and mineralization of nitrogen in soil samplesExpand
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The effect of herbicides on respiration and transformation of nitrogen in two soils I. Metribuzin and glyphosate
Summary: The effects of metribuzin and glyphosate at 100 ppm on carbon dioxide evolution and nitrogen transformation in two soils have been investigated in the laboratory. Both herbicides reducedExpand
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Effects of the herbicides Gramoxone W and roundup on Septoria nodorum
The action of Gramoxone W (a.i. paraquat) and Roundup (a.i. glyphosphate) on vegetative growth, spore formation, germination and pathogenicity of spores of Septoria nodorum Berk, to detached wheatExpand
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