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When Plans Change- The Sensitivity of Vegetable Crops to Preemergence Herbicides (August 3, 2016)
Growing vegetables is very intensive, involves a lot of people and requires a good deal of planning. Plans change sometimes for a variety of reasons including crop failure , market conditions, climatic conditions and other factors. If preemergent herbicides have already been applied, the options of what can be grown in the treated fields are reduced. What cannot be planted and for how long is a common question. The following table is based on local field trials and experience and is intended only as a general guide. What appears on the product label may be different.


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