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Ecological potential of crownbeard - a crop infesting weed

Ecological potential of crownbeard - a crop infesting weed

Integrated weed management for sustainable agriculture Proceedings of an Indian Society of Weed Science International Symposium, Hisar, India, 18-20 November 1993 (Vol. II): 27-29

Seeds of crownbeard (Verbesina encelioides) were collected from 4 habitats (open fallow fields, shady roadsides, brick kiln areas and sand dunes) around Bathinda, Indian Punjab, and used for germination studies; 40 plants were also collected from these habitats when at the flowering/fruiting stage and used to study the performance of the species in each habitat.

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