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An early spring wind storm 8 days after application of granular simazine [2-chloro-4,6-bis (ethylamino)-s-tгiazine] to sandy loam soil reduced the amount of simazine in the treated area to 57% of that applied. The herbicide was deposited up to 2½ m downwind of the area of application at concentrations phytotoxic to susceptible crops. These results and observations made in other years suggest that herbicide loss by wind erosion may be more significant than loss by water erosion.

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