Chemical weed control: Soil sterilants and translocated herbicides have their advantages and problems according to their special uses
A. S. Crafts, University of California College of Agriculture
California Agriculture 6(1):4-14. DOI: 10.3733/ca.v006n01p4.
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Three major fields of chemical weed control are open for further development: the uses of temporary soil sterilants, permanent soil sterilants, and translocated herbicides.
A. S. Crafts is Professor of Botany, University of California College of Agriculture, Davis;
The above progress report, based on Research Project No. 883, is a condensation of a paper read before the session on Herbicides of the 12th International Congress of Pure and Applied Chemistry in New York