ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS OF SOILS NEAR IVAYLOVGRAD IN APPLYING THE HERBICIDES FOR WEED CONTROL IN VINEYARDS

Published in Scientific Papers. Series A. Agonomy., Vol. LVI
Written by Rada POPOVA, Ivan ZHALNOV, Ekaterina VALCHEVA

During the 2010-2011 year near Ivaylovgrad herbicides Flazasulfuron and Glyphosate were tested alone and in combination for weed control in vineyards. Against this background, identified some soil characteristics such as soil reaction, content of carbonates, particle size composition, organic matter, content of basic nutrients. Made from the two-year studies found that the combination of herbicides Flazasulfuron at a dose 3 g/da + Glyphosate at a dose 83 g/da to control greatly weeds in vineyards, especially persistent weed Convolvulus arvensis. Data from soil analyzes showed no significant changes in agroecological soil conditions.

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POPOVA R., ZHALNOV I., VALCHEVA E. 2013, ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS OF SOILS NEAR IVAYLOVGRAD IN APPLYING THE HERBICIDES FOR WEED CONTROL IN VINEYARDS. Scientific Papers. Series A. Agonomy., Vol. LVI, ISSN 2285-5785, 83-85.


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