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Differences in weed population dynamics in coffee nurseries under controlled shade and sun



Differences in weed population dynamics in coffee nurseries under controlled shade and sun



Cultivos Tropicales 10(1): 84-90



Nursery beds in full sunlight were totally covered with weed growth 41 days after sowing coffee. Those in controlled shade showed slower weed development, reaching total weed cover 90 days after sowing coffee. Grass weeds dominated on all plots, Brachiaria subquadriparia, Eleusine indica and Digitaria sangunalis being the main species. Of broadleaved species, Amaranthus dubius was the major one in the sun and Solanum nigrum on shaded plots.

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