Triallate phytotoxicity and nitrogen fertilization.

@article{McKercher1980TriallatePA,
  title={Triallate phytotoxicity and nitrogen fertilization.},
  author={R. McKercher and W. R. McGregor},
  journal={Weed Science},
  year={1980},
  volume={28},
  pages={740-744}
}
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