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Differences in nutrient absorption among paddy weeds. II. Growing process and response to light and temperature



Differences in nutrient absorption among paddy weeds. II. Growing process and response to light and temperature



Weed Research, Japan 29(2): 153-158



The response of rice and 8 paddy weed spp. to light and temp. was investigated. Sagittaria trifolia and Eleocharis kuroguwai were relatively tolerant to shading while Cyperus difformis and Scirpus juncoides were very susceptible. C. serotinus, S. trifolia and Alisma canaliculatum grew vigorously at low temp. (15-20 degrees C) while Monochoria vaginalis, E. kuroguwai and C. difformis grew poorly.

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