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Allelopathic interaction between Chenopodium album L. and certain crop species

Allelopathic interaction between Chenopodium album L. and certain crop species

South African Journal of Plant and Soil 11(1): 45-49

Laboratory experiments and greenhouse studies were conducted to assess the allelopathic effect of C. album on the germination and early growth of certain crop species. Test species (carrots Kaapse Mark, cucumbers Special Rust Resistant, onions Pyramid, radishes White Icicle, tomatoes Heinz 1370, sunflowers SO 222, lettuces Great Lakes, oats SWK 001 and squashes Little Gem) were grown in soils containing 1% (w/w) freeze-dried shoot material of the weed.

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DOI: 10.1080/02571862.1994.10634292

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