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Relative influence of crop rotation, tillage, and weed management on weed associations in spring barley cropping systems

Legere, A.; Samson, N.

Weed Science 47(1): 112-122

1999


ISSN/ISBN: 0043-1745
DOI: 10.1017/s0043174500090731
Accession: 003255811

A study was conducted to evaluate the relative importance of crop rotation, tillage and weed management as factors affecting weed communities, and to test the hypothesis of an association between management practices and weeds from certain life cycle groups.

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