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Impact of Herbicides on Non-Target Organisms in Sustainable Irrigated Rice Production Systems: State of Knowledge and Future Prospects

By Victor Galhano, Laranjo Gomes, Fernández-valientec Eduardo , Romeu Videira and Francisco Peixoto

Submitted: May 5th 2010Published: January 8th 2011

DOI: 10.5772/13568

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Victor Galhano, Laranjo Gomes, Fernández-valientec Eduardo , Romeu Videira and Francisco Peixoto (January 8th 2011). Impact of Herbicides on Non-Target Organisms in Sustainable Irrigated Rice Production Systems: State of Knowledge and Future Prospects, Herbicides and Environment, Andreas Kortekamp, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/13568. Available from:

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