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Control of Elymus repens and dicot weeds at harvest (combine-spraying) or shortly after harvest. A comparison between direct seeding and conventional seeding


, : Control of Elymus repens and dicot weeds at harvest (combine-spraying) or shortly after harvest. A comparison between direct seeding and conventional seeding. Weeds and weed control, 28th Swedish weed conference, Uppsala 28-29 January 1987 Vol1 Reports: 159-166

Direct-sowing cereals on field plots led to greater infestation of E. repens than on conventionally sown plots, while the reverse was true for broadleaved weeds.

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