Effects of tillage, application time and rate on metribuzin dissipation

@inproceedings{Sorenson1991EffectsOT,
  title={Effects of tillage, application time and rate on metribuzin dissipation},
  author={B. A. Sorenson and Patrick J. Shea and Fred W. Roeth},
  year={1991}
}
Summary: Metribuzin efficacy and dissipation were determined in two silty clay loam soils following preplant (PP), pre-emergence (PRE) and split (PP+PRE) application to tilled and no-till soybeans in rotation with corn at Clay Center and Lincoln, Nebraska. A similar experiment was conducted in tilled and no-till soybeans in rotation with wheat at Lincoln. Corn and wheat residue in no-till plots reduced the amount of metribuzin that reached the soil by approximately 54 and 89%, respectively… CONTINUE READING

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