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The risk to water is reduced if there is no risk of heavy rain within how many hours of application?
Do not spray Propyzamide if field drains are flowing, or if you suspect they are likely to be flowing within a minimum of how many days after application? Please key in a digit.
The risk to water will be increased if the field is what?
Keeping the buffer strip to what width next to a watercourse, will reduce the risk to water of Propyzamide?
The risk to water is reduced if the field has not been mole-drained within the preceding six months. True or false?
Direct drilling and minimum tillage will both reduce the risk to water of Propyzamide, but to what depth of min-till?