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Le chassé-croisé des retraits-homologations d'herbicides canne à sucre

Abstract : Between 2003 and late 2012 nine active substances (SA in French) involved in the same number of sugarcane herbicides have been withdrawn as a consequence of the European regulation hardening ; the only active substance saved from this withdrawal wave is 2,4-D. Between 2004 and mid 2013, nine reference products involving eight SA have been labeled for sugarcane weeding. Furthermore, two products (including 2,4-D) have been re-labeled at a lower dose. Two regulation sentences that were preventing the use of two grass control products on ratoons have been canceled on July, 3rd 2013. French overseas sugarcane industries are impacted by this continuous crossing over between withdrawal and labeling processes, so that extension agents and farmers have to continuously adapt their weed management strategies and decisions.
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José Martin, F. Grossard, P. Marnotte, O. Grolleau, J-J. Esther. Le chassé-croisé des retraits-homologations d'herbicides canne à sucre. AFPP - 22e conférence du COLUMA, journées internationales sur la lutte contre les mauvaises herbes, Dec 2013, DIJON, France. pp.CD. ⟨cirad-01022763⟩



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