Herbicides for commercial fruit crops, 1971
"Herbicides are a valuable 'tool' for the fruit grower in his constant battle against weeds. Weeds not only compete with fruit crops for light, moisture and nutrients, but also may harbor insects and diseases and often interfere with other operational practices. In many situations herbicides are the most economical means of controlling weeds. In some situations herbicides may be the only practical means of controlling weeds. However, other methods of weed control (cultivation, mulching) may prove economical or practical in still other situations."--Page 1.
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