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An Improved Microwave Weed Killer

Microwave heating can replace toxic chemicals in agriculture to control vegetation and in particular to kill weeds. A suitable horn-antenna array, presented in this article, allows the parallel operation of a large number of magnetrons and an efficient...

October 1, 2005
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Applications of microwave heating are well known and are described in many publications (an exhaustive list of references is given by J. Thuery 1 ). A very promising application of microwave heating in agriculture is to replace toxic, dangerous and environment-unfriendly chemicals used to control vegetation, as described in...
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