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Effect of high growing weed chenopodium album on development and yield of sugar beet



Effect of high growing weed chenopodium album on development and yield of sugar beet



Zeitschrift fuer Pflanzenkrankheiten und Pflanzenschutz 93(2): 125-135



In field trials with fat-hen (Chenopodium album) development of beets and weeds was measured weekly during the growing period. Beet plants in a more or less narrow distance to high-growing fat-hen had in comparison with beet plants without weed competition an up to 40% reduced beet weight. In order to quantify the effect of partially shadowed beet plants by neighbouring fat-hen, light intensity (lux) was measured during the growing period at different heights. A close relation was found between the decrease of emitted light energy by weed and the root weight of beet plants.

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