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Control of couch grass (Elymus repens)



Control of couch grass (Elymus repens)



Comptes Rendus de la 13e Conference du COLUMA (Tome 4): 37-53



An account is given of the agronomic importance of E. repens, its distribution in France and world wide, its ecology, biology and methods for its control in cereals and other crops.

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