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Studying the population dynamics of weeds






Weed Research, UK 28(6): 443-447

Studying the population dynamics of weeds

This paper was presented at the EWRS workshop, Methodology and Models in Weed Science, held at Wageningen, Netherlands on 19-20 Oct. 1987. The different approaches available for analysing population dynamics of weeds are reviewed, and their merits, problems and possible uses are discussed.

Accession: 001959277

DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-3180.1988.tb00826.x

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