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Master of Science (MS)
Plants, Soils, and Climate
D. C. Tingey
Large sums of money are spent annually for herbicides to control weeds in fall sown wheat. Many of these weeds are killed by such treatments while others survive and mature seed. Viability of seeds produced by weeds injured by systemic or growth regulator type herbicides has long been a matter of great interest, much speculation, and very little research. Data on this subject are needed in order to intelligently use chemicals for weed control.
Whitworth, J. Wayne, "Viability of Seed Produced by Annual Weeds and Winter Wheat Treated With Herbicides" (1953). All Graduate Theses and Dissertations. 3599.
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