Carry-over of granular and emulsifiable concentrate formulations of trifluralin in Saskatchewan

@article{Smith1994CarryoverOG,
  title={Carry-over of granular and emulsifiable concentrate formulations of trifluralin in Saskatchewan},
  author={Allan E. Smith and A. Aubin},
  journal={Canadian Journal of Soil Science},
  year={1994},
  volume={74},
  pages={439-442}
}
The field persistence of trifluralin from fall treatments of both emulsifiable concentrate (EC) and granular formulations was investigated at two sites in Saskatchewan over a 2-yr period. At both locations, there were no significant differences (P = 0.05) in trifluralin persistence from fall applications of either formulation. In addition, the carryover of trifluralin residues in farmers’ fields following fall and spring applications of EC and granular formulations was monitored at several… Expand
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