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RED facts : diclofop-methyl /
Relative Airborne Losses of Commercial 2,4-D Formulations from a Simulated Wheat Field.
Remote sensing of sulfur dioxide effects on vegetation : final report /
Remote sensing of sulfur dioxide effects on vegetation : spectral reflectance of soybeans and winter wheat exposed to sulfur dioxide in experimental plots /
Remote sensing of sulfur dioxide effects on vegetation : spectroradiometry /
Remote Sensing of Sulfur Dioxide Effects on Vegetation. Final Report. Volume I: Summary.
Reregistration eligibility decision (RED) : diclofop-methyl /
Response of Maize and Wheat to Sulfur Dioxide.
Soil nutrient-plant nutrient relationships of a shortgrass ecosystem /
Stream transport and agricultural runoff of pesticides for exposure assessment : a methodology. Part A, Text and appendices A through F /
Stream Transport and Agricultural Runoff of Pesticides for Exposure Assessment: A Methodology. Part B. Appendices G through K.
The protection of wheat, January 1985-February 1989 : citations from AGRICOLA concerning diseases and other environmental considerations /
Trends in U.S. Irrigation: Three Regional Studies.
Use of Reactor Cooling Water from Nuclear Power Plants for Irrigation of Agricultural Crops.
Weilbull Function as a Dose-Response Model to Describe Ozone Effects on Crop Yields.
Wholesomeness of irradiated food with special reference to wheat, potatoes and onions; report of a Joint FAO/IAEA/WHO Expert Committee, Geneva, 8-12 April 1969.
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