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  1. Vol. 52 No. 12, p. 707-710
     
    Published: Dec, 1960


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doi:10.2134/agronj1960.00021962005200120011x

The Effect of Soil Sterilants on the Wind Erodibility of Pullman Silty Clay Loam1

  1. A. F. Wiese and
  2. H. E. Rea2

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Sterilizing Pullman silty day loam for perennial weed eradication may create a wind erosion hazard for about 2 years. Soil treated with 3-p-chlorophenyl-l,l-dimethyl urea (monuron) was more susceptible to wind erosion than soil treated with anhydrous borax, a 75% sodium borate plus 25% sodium chlorate mixture, or sodium chlorate. Undisturbed monurontreated soil was more susceptible to wind erosion than monuron soil treatments which were subsequently sweep tilled and planted to sorghum.

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