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403. [ . ()]. Singh G., Kaur G., Williard K.W., Nelson K.A., Schoonover J.E. Cover crops and topography differentially influence weeds at a watershed scale // Weed Technology.-2020.-Vol.34,N 1.-P. 73-81.-.-Bibliogr.: p.80-81. *https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/weed-technology/all-issues.
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404. [ 2, 4- . ()]. Bales S.R., Sprague C.L. Tank contamination with dicamba and 2, 4-D influences dry edible bean // Weed Technology.-2020.-Vol.34,N 1.-P. 89-95.-.-Bibliogr.: p.94-95. *https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/weed-technology/all-issues.
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405. . .., .., .. // . . . . -. .-2020.-N 2(58).-. 20-24.-. .-.: .23-24. 10-8899.
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406. [ 2, 4- . ()]. Price K., Xiao Li, Leon R.G., Price A. Cotton response to preplant applications of 2, 4-D or dicamba // Weed Technology.-2020.-Vol.34,N 1.-P. 96-100.-.-Bibliogr.: p.99-100. *https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/weed-technology/all-issues.
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407. , [ ]. .., .. // .-2021.-N 1.-. 2-10.-. .-.: .8-10. 3576.
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408. [ , , 2 4- . ()]. Schortgen G.P., Patton A.J. Weed control by 2, 4-D dimethylamine depends on mixture water hardness and adjuvant inclusion but not spray solution storage time // Weed Technology.-2020.-Vol.34,N 1.-P. 107-116.-.-Bibliogr.: p.115-116. *https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/weed-technology/all-issues.
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409. [ pH , , . ()]. Devkota P., Johnson W.G. Efficacy of dicamba and glyphosate as influenced by carrier water pH and hardness // Weed Technology.-2020.-Vol.34,N 1.-P. 101-106.-.-Bibliogr.: p.105-106. *https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/weed-technology/all-issues.
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410. [ (Conyza canadensis) . ()]. Sherman A.D., Haramoto E.R., Green J.D. Integrating fall and spring herbicides with a cereal rye cover crop for horseweed (Conyza canadensis) management prior to soybean // Weed Technology.-2020.-Vol.34,N 1.-P. 64-72.-.-Bibliogr.: p.71-72. *https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/weed-technology/all-issues.
; GLYCINE MAX; ; ; ; CONYZA CANADENSIS; ; ; ; ; ; ; SECALE CEREALE;

411. [ ]. Whalen D.M., Shergill L.S., Kinne L.P., Bish M.D., Bradley K.W. Integration of residual herbicides with cover crop termination in soybean // Weed Technology.-2020.-Vol.34,N 1.-P. 11-18.-.-Bibliogr.: p.18. *https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/weed-technology/all-issues.
; GLYCINE MAX; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ;

412. [ , , ( , ) . ()]. Bhaskar V., Bellinder R.R., Reiners S., DiTommaso A. Reduced herbicide rates for control of living mulch and weeds in fresh market tomato // Weed Technology.-2020.-Vol.34,N 1.-P. 55-63.-.-Bibliogr.: p.63. *https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/weed-technology/all-issues.
; LYCOPERSICON ESCULENTUM; ; ; ; ; ; SESBANIA; ; CROTALARIA JUNCEA; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ;

413. [ . , ]. Singh V., Garetson R., McGinty J., Dotray P., Morgan G., Nolte S., Bagavathiannan M. Distribution of herbicide-resistant waterhemp (Amaranthus tuberculatus) across row crop production systems in Texas // Weed Technology.-2020.-Vol.34,N 1.-P. 129-139.-.-Bibliogr.: p.138-139. *https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/weed-technology/all-issues.
; ; ; AMARANTHUS TUBERCULATUS; ; ; ; ; ;
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414. [ 2, 4- . ()]. Bales S.R., Sprague C.L. Sensitivity of dry edible bean to dicamba and 2, 4-D // Weed Technology.-2020.-Vol.34,N 1.-P. 117-124.-.-Bibliogr.: p.123-124. *https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/weed-technology/all-issues.
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415. [ , : , , () . , ]. Rector L.S., Pittman K.B., Beam S.C., Bamber K.W., Cahoon C.W., Frame W.H., Flessner M.L. Herbicide carryover to various fall-planted cover crop species // Weed Technology.-2020.-Vol.34,N 1.-P. 25-34.-.-Bibliogr.: p.33-34. *https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/weed-technology/all-issues.
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416. [ - . ()]. Hurdle N.L., Grey T.L., McCullough P.E., Shilling D., Belcher J. Bermudagrass tolerance of indaziflam PRE applications in forage production // Weed Technology.-2020.-Vol.34,N 1.-P. 125-128.-.-Bibliogr.: p.127-128. *https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/weed-technology/all-issues.
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417. [ , , , - , . ()]. Brooker A.P., Sprague C.L., Renner K.A. Interseeded annual ryegrass, oilseed radish, and crimson clover tolerance to residual herbicides commonly used in corn // Weed Technology.-2020.-Vol.34,N 1.-P. 35-41.-.-Bibliogr.: p.40-41. *https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/weed-technology/all-issues.
; ZEA MAYS; ; ; ; ; ; ; LOLIUM MULTIFLORUM; ; RAPHANUS SATIVUS; ; TRIFOLIUM INCARNATUM; ; ; ;

418. [ . ()]. Vollmer K.M., Besancon T.E., Carr B.L., VanGessel M.J., Scott B.A. Spring-seeded cereal rye suppresses weeds in watermelon // Weed Technology.-2020.-Vol.34,N 1.-P. 42-47.-.-Bibliogr.: p.47. *https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/weed-technology/all-issues.
; CITRULLUS LANATUS; ; ; ; ; ; SECALE CEREALE; ; ; ; ; ;

419. [ ]. Brunton D.J., Boutsalis P., Gill G., Preston C. Control of thiocarbamate-resistant rigid ryegrass (Lolium rigidum) in wheat in southern Australia // Weed Technology.-2020.-Vol.34,N 1.-P. 19-24.-.-Bibliogr.: p.24. *https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/weed-technology/all-issues.
; TRITICUM; ; ; LOLIUM RIGIDUM; ; ; (); ; ;

420. [ . ()]. Whalen D.M., Bish M.D., Young B.G., Conley S.P., Reynolds D.B., Norsworthy J.K., Bradley K.W. Herbicide programs for the termination of grass and broadleaf cover crop species // Weed Technology.-2020.-Vol.34,N 1.-P. 1-10.-.-Bibliogr.: p.9-10. *https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/weed-technology/all-issues.
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421. . .., .. // .-2020.-N 11.-. 14-20.-. .-.: .18. 3576.
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422. [ , 2, 4-, 2, 4- . ()]. Manuchehri M.R., Dotray P.A., Keeling J.W., Morgan G.D., Byrd S.A. Non-2, 4-D-resistant cotton response to glyphosate plus 2, 4-D choline tank contamination // Weed Technology.-2020.-Vol.34,N 1.-P. 82-88.-.-Bibliogr.: p.87-88. *https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/weed-technology/all-issues.
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423. [ 2, 4-, , no-till, - . ()]. Haramoto E.R., Sherman A.D., Green J.D. 2, 4-D deposition is reduced and more variable immediately adjacent to cereal rye cover crop rows // Weed Technology.-2020.-Vol.34,N 1.-P. 147-152.-.-Bibliogr.: p.151-152. *https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/weed-technology/all-issues.
; GLYCINE MAX; ; ; CONYZA CANADENSIS; ; ; ; ; SECALE CEREALE; ; ; ; ; ; ;

424. [ - . ()]. Lillie K.J., Giacomini D.A., Tranel P.J. Comparing responses of sensitive and resistant populations of Palmer amaranth (Amaranthus palmeri) and waterhemp (Amaranthus tuberculatus var. rudis) to PPO inhibitors // Weed Technology.-2020.-Vol.34,N 1.-P. 140-146.-.-Bibliogr.: p.145-146. *https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/weed-technology/all-issues.
; AMARANTHUS PALMERI; AMARANTHUS TUBERCULATUS; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ;



        

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