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Allelopathic effects of alfalfa and fescue plants

, : Allelopathic effects of alfalfa and fescue plants. Seed production of lucerne Proceedings of the 12th Eucarpia Meeting of the Group Medicago, Brno, Czech Re ic, 2-5 July 1996: 55-56

Medicago sativa Zuzana was grown in mixtures with Festuca arundinacea Kora and F. pratensis Otava in laboratory trials. M. sativa germination was decreased in mixture with F. arundinacea but not with F. pratensis, while germination of both fescues was affected by M. sativa.

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