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  • n. The condition of being phytotoxic
  • n. Aeasure of the extent to which something is phytotoxic


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  • Much of this "phytotoxicity" was apparently due to neem oil contaminating the samples.

    2 The Reality

  • Quantitative uptake by surface runoff of pesticides and other contaminants has been studied since the 1960s, and early on contact of pesticides with water was known to enhance phytotoxicity.

    Surface runoff

  • They may also reduce phytotoxicity, the damage to sensitive plants.

    4 What's in a Neem

  • There are several problems associated with antibiotics, namely residues, the development of resistant races of fungi and bacteria, and occasional phytotoxicity.

    Chapter 10

  • Wang W (1987) Chromate ion as a reference toxicant for aquatic phytotoxicity tests.

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  • Activated carbon technique reducing metribuzin phytotoxicity seeded tomatoes


  • · less phytotoxicity by eliminating undesirable by-products such as wax

    2. Survey of neem-processing methods


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