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The effect of intra-specific com-petition on the development of Chenopodium album



The effect of intra-specific com-petition on the development of Chenopodium album



Weed Research 11: 2/3, 124-34. Bibl. 15



In field experiments conducted during 1966-68 Chenopodium album plants were grown at densities of 16, 64, 256, 576 and 1152 plants/m2. Stem diam., number of main branches and size and number of leaves decreased with increasing density as did wt. and leaf area/plant. The d.m. yield/unit area in-creased with density up to 576 piants/m2 in two of the three years.

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