by Pat Clay, Kai Umeda and Bill McCloskey
Aatrex (atrazine) - (photo shows symptoms on cotton)
Caporal (prometryn) - (symptoms on cowpea)
Karmex (diuron) - (photo is symptoms on cotton)
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