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Allelopathy of wheat extracts to the growth of two weeds

, : Allelopathy of wheat extracts to the growth of two weeds. Chinese Journal of Biological Control 12(4): 168-170

Experiments were conducted in 1990-94 at Beijing to assess the effects of extracts of wheat on germination and growth of Amaranthus retroflexus and Stellaria media. Results indicated that for A. retroflexus, wheat extract at 500 mg/kg reduced germination by 86% in laboratory studies, and in the field at 100 mg/msuperscript 2 in soil it reduced growth in terms of plant height and dry weight by 78% and 82%, respectively.

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