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The effects of reduced nitrogen and weed-weed competition on the populations of three common cereal weeds



The effects of reduced nitrogen and weed-weed competition on the populations of three common cereal weeds



Proceedings of the Brighton Crop Protection Conference, Weeds (Vol. 1): 135-140



In field trials in Suffolk during 1989-91 the effects of 2 nitrogen levels (120 and 240 kg/ha) and of Bromus sterilis, Galium aparine and Papaver rhoeas populations on winter wheat Hornet were investigated. Results indicated that at low N, weed infestations did not affect wheat yield. At high N levels, however, yield was reduced because of B. sterilis competition.

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