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Researches on the nutrient and water regimes of weeds and of the vine

Researches on the nutrient and water regimes of weeds and of the vine

Gradinarska i Lozarska Nauka 17(2): 98-104

Experiments were carried out during 1976-78 in the vine-growing area of eastern Bulgaria to establish the water and nutrient requirements of vines and of the common weeds Veronica hederifolia, V. persica, Sinapis arvensis, Amaranthus retroflexus, Convolvulus arvensis and Cynodon dactylon. Transpiration rate per unit fresh weight was greater in weeds than in the vine, especially (in decreasing order) in C. arvensis, S. arvensis, A. retroflexus and C. dactylon. In some spp., e.g.

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