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Changes in the weed flora as the result of continuous cropping of cereals and the annual use of the same weed control measures since 1956



Changes in the weed flora as the result of continuous cropping of cereals and the annual use of the same weed control measures since 1956



Proc 10th Br. Weed Control Conf, 1-6. Bibl 1



A study on the long-term effect of herbicides in continuous cereal cropping was initiated in 1965 on sandy loam at Hohenheim. The various annual treatments included MCPA, 2, 4-D, DNOC, calcium cyanamide and harrowing, and a rotation between MCPA, DNOC, calcium cyanamide and harrowing. Under cereal monoculture, the total number of weeds increased and there were changes in the relative importance of the individual species.

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