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Effects of Herbicides Interaction

Interaction:

It is the term used to express the relationship of one agent against other in a combination.

Addition Effect:

The total effect of a combination which is equal to the sum of effects of the components taken independently is called additive effect.

Synergistic Effect:

In this, the effect of combination is greater or more prolonged than the sum of the effects of the two taken independently.

Antagonistic Effect:

The total effect of a combination is smaller than the effect of the most active component applied alone.

Independent Effect:

The total Effect of a combination is equal to the effect of the most active component applied alone.

Enhancement Effect:

The effect of herbicides and non-toxic adjuvants applied in combination is more than that obtained when the herbicides is used at the same rates without adjuvant.

 

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