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Guidelines for field evaluation of herbicides / prepared on behalf of the Australian Weeds Committee by the Pesticides Section of the Australian Department of Primary Industry
Bib ID 1290519
Format BookBook
Author
Australia. Pesticides Section
 
Description Canberra : Australian Government Publishing Service, 1979 
1. vol. (various pagings) : ill. tables. 
Notes

At head of title: Australian Weeds Committee.

Subjects Herbicides -- Testing -- Standards -- Australia.  |  Field experiments -- Standards -- Australia.
Other authors/contributors Australian Weeds Committee

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