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Studies on the ecology and control of the perennial weed, Scirpus in paddy fields. 3. Germination and emergence of buried seeds of Scirpus juncoides Roxb. var. ohwianus T. Koyama



Studies on the ecology and control of the perennial weed, Scirpus in paddy fields. 3. Germination and emergence of buried seeds of Scirpus juncoides Roxb. var. ohwianus T. Koyama



Weed Research, Japan 27(4): 278-282



No significant differences were evident between the germination of Scirpus juncoides seed sown 0-100 mm deep in beds of fine quartz sand, fine glass and soil. Depths from which S. juncoides seedlings emerged were 1, 3 and 0.2-0.3 cm for the sand, glass and soil substrates.

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