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Gerő L.-Tanács L.-Soós J. (2002): Baking quality characteristics of wheat populations treated with herbicides (in Hungarian). Sütőiparosok, Pékek XVIX, 8: 44–46. Soós J. Baking

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Butler, J. H. B., Alexander, R. T. (1987): Tolerance of lentils to pre-emergence herbicides. Proc. New Zealand Weed and Pest Control Conference , pp. 75-77. Caballero, R. G., Lusarreta

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tartamkísérletben. (Long-term effects of herbicides on weeds. III. Effect of herbicide treatments on the weed mass in long-term experiments in Martonvásár.) Növényvédelem , 42 , 67–78. Bónis P

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Acta Alimentaria
Authors: Zs. Szentpétery, Cs. Kleinheincz, A. Tarnawa, and M. Jolánkai

Hager, A. & Sprague, C. (2001): Preharvest herbicides for wheat. The University of Georgia, College of Agricultural and Environmental Science Benécsné, B.G. (1998): Stratégiák, költségszintek az őszi búza

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Acta Veterinaria Hungarica
Authors: Tihomira Gojmerac, Marija Uremović, Z. Uremović, S. Ćurić, and Nina Bilandžić

years after the herbicide application. J. Agr. Food Chem. 33, 567-569. Distribution and nature of bound (nonextractable) residues of atrazine in mineral soil nine years after the herbicide application

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of herbicides Gesaran 2079, Lumeton 2412 and Igran 1866 on the microflora of soil. Ann Fac Agric Univ Skopje 20 , 43-54 (1967). Effects of herbicides Gesaran 2079, Lumeton 2412 and Igran 1866 on the microflora of soil

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Indian J. Agricultural Sci. 61 374 378 Sankaran, S., Jayakumar, R., Kempuchetty, N. (1993): Herbicide

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Agricultural Division, Cheadle, UK. Worthing, C. R., Richardson, W. G., Taylor, W. A. 1982: Properties of herbicides. pp. 106-157. In: Roberts, H. A. (ed.), Weed Control Handbook: Principles , 7 th Edition. Blackwell

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Six wheat varieties representing different genotypes were tested under exposed and protected conditions in a three year herbicide provocation field trial at Nagygombos, Hungary. Three types of herbicide treatments (fluroxipir, bromoxynil and dicamba ai.) were applied in comparison with untreated and mechanical treated controls. Weed populations were sorted into two major groups according to the level of their occurrence. The result of experimental treatments were evaluated and  weed tolerance of varieties was determined. The magnitude of weed populations has shown significant differences. All weed control treatments, including chemical and mechanical applications, had an influence on weed development. Herbicide treatments had about fifty per cent, while mechanical applications had a nearly hundred per cent effect concerning weed reduction. The latter can be considered as a level of total weed extinction. High weed canopies were observed in the case of untreated controls only. Wheat cultivars have shown a variety specific yield response. The results obtained suggest varietal differences concerning weed tolerance. The extent of yield losses between wheat cultivars ranged from 4 to 18 per cent of grain yield. In the trial Martonvásári 19 and Martonvásári 21 wheat varieties were proven to have the best weed tolerance abilities. 

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431 Al Khatib, K., Tamhane, A. (1999): Pea ( Pisum sativum ) response to low rates of selected foliar- and soil-applied sulfonyl-urea herbicides. Weed Technol. , 13 , 753

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