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The fate of isoproturon and diflufenican in an agricultural sandy loam soil under laboratory and field conditions including simulation modelling

Main, D.S. and Kirkwood, R.C. and Gettinby, G. and Smith, C.A. (1995) The fate of isoproturon and diflufenican in an agricultural sandy loam soil under laboratory and field conditions including simulation modelling. In: Pesticide movement to water, 1900-01-01.

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Abstract

This paper discusses The fate of isoproturon and diflufenican in an agricultural sandy loam soil under laboratory and field conditions including simulation modelling.