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Studies on the competition for light between Avena fatua L. and several varieties of spring wheat



Studies on the competition for light between Avena fatua L. and several varieties of spring wheat



Proceedings EWRS Symposium on the Influence of Different Factors on the Development and Control of Weeds, Mainz, 1979: 249-256



Results of trials in spring wheat over 3 consecutive years showed a population of 160 Avena fatua plants/m2 reduced the light available to the crop by 16 to 37%, resulting in 15 to 25% reductions in grain yield.

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