wood vinegar


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wood vin·e·gar

impure acetic acid produced by the destructive distillation of pine tar and wood.
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The post emergence herbicides were Azimsulfuron+cafenstrole (AC), Mefenacet+pyrazosulfuron-ethyl (MPE) and Betazone+cyhalofop-butyl (BCB) and the pyroligneous acids included rice vinegar (RV) and wood vinegar (WV).
Mixing 50% RR of herbicides with rice vinegar or wood vinegar at 500A- can effectively control the weeds in paddy rice such as E.
Effect of the solution of wood vinegar on yield and nitrogen-utilization of rice.
Then the wood vinegar after standing method was poured through the charcoal.
0% of wood vinegar by topical application method and were 0.
The efficacy test of wood vinegar by topical application method is shown on Table 1.
This liquid contains volatile substances emitted through pyrolysis; the water-soluble fraction is wood vinegar and the oily fraction is wood tar.
Concentrated wood vinegar with high acidity can kill microorganisms, plants, and some larvae, but the diluted form stimulates rooting, plant growth, and microbial propagation.
In the 1980s, the use of charcoal and wood vinegar extended into the fields of animal husbandry and fish aquaculture.
Wood vinegar (Vital Force L[R]) used in the present study was obtained from Kangwon Mogcho Industrial Co.
1, linear and quadratic contrasts were used to compare effects of increasing dietary wood vinegar levels.
044) improvements in the ADG with increasing amount of wood vinegar in the diet were observed, but there were no differences (p>0.