Atrazine and Isoxaflutole in Herbicides
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This paper discusses the problem of the amount of herbicides used in the United States agricultural process. It discusses how herbicide users reduce the amount of atrazine applied to crops by mixing isoxaflutole with the atrazine. The paper then specifically analyzes the results of the test to determine the effect of herbicides that mix atrazine and isoxaflutole.
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Atrazine and Isoxaflutole in Herbicides (2008, August 20) Retrieved January 26, 2020, from https://www.academon.com/research-paper/atrazine-and-isoxaflutole-in-herbicides-107126/
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