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Field boundary effects on soil seed banks and weed vegetation distribution in an arable field without weed control (Vaucluse, France)


Field boundary effects on soil seed banks and weed vegetation distribution in an arable field without weed control (Vaucluse, France)



Agronomie 19(7): 579-590



ISSN/ISBN: 0249-5627

Studies on the distribution of arable weed species relative to the field boundary have already been performed, although most of these studies have been realized in north-western Europe on intensively managed arable fields. Nevertheless, it is important to examine arable weed communities in more extensive cropping systems to increase knowledge on how arable plant communities are constructed.

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