Use of Active Substance Depending of the Formulation of Plant Protection Products Applied With Agricultural Sprayers. A Case Study of Winter Wheat in Poland
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The study into the use of an active substance per hectare was performed to examine the matches of plant protection products applied by agricultural sprayers, containing the same active substance but with a different formulation. The doses of fungicides and herbicides registered in Poland to protect winter wheat against two economically important pests were analyzed. On the basis of the results it is difficult to draw any definite conclusions regarding the influence of formulation on the dose of active substance used per hectare. In some cases, use of a different formulation may be connected with the different amount of an active substance used per hectare. However, the results strongly differed depending on the analyzed active substances. It seems that more cases should be examined to determine whether there are any discernible patterns.
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