2 edition of Models of a four-species annual weed community found in the catalog.
Models of a four-species annual weed community
Mary Lynn Roush
Written in English
|Statement||by Mary Lynn Roush.|
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|Pagination||218 leaves, bound :|
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First- and second-year seedbank emergence of 23 summer annual weed species common to U.S. corn production systems was studied. Field experiments were conducted between and at the Iowa State University Johnson Farm in Story County, Iowa.
In the fall of and again in1, seeds for most species were planted in plastic by: First- and second-year seedbank emergence of 23 summer annual weed species common to U.S.
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Seedling emergence was counted weekly Cited by: Each dominant herbaceous species was assigned to a functional group based on life form (forb or grass) and life history (perennial or annual), according to Germishuizen and Meyer (), and to a.
Weed seedbank and community shifts in a long-term cropping system experiment nated by annual weed species (Cavers ). of four species in the OTHER category: yellow woodsorrel. Giant ragweed (Ambrosia trifida L.) is a competitive, annual weed.
The introduction of glyphosate resistant agronomic crops (“Roundup®-ready”) in provided an effective tool to manage giant ragweed. The physiological mechanism of glyphosate’s herbicide effect is inhibition of EPSPS, a key enzyme in the shikimate pathway. The effects of the crop types, of the two preceding crops and of organic and conventional crop protection and fertility management, were assessed using mixed-effects models and constrained ordination.
Cover data for 22 weed species and for monocotyledon, dicotyledon, annual, perennial and total weed cover were by: Weed flora is considered harmful for crop growth and yield, but it is fundamental for preserving biodiversity in agroecosystems.
Two three-year trials were conducted in Italy (two different sites) to assess the effect of six herbicide treatments on the weed flora structure of an oilseed rape crop.
We applied metazachlor during the pre-emergence stage at 25%, 50%, 75%, and % of the labelled Cited by: 1. Gaba et al. / Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment () – Fig. Amount of variations of the weed richness (a) and diversity (b) explained by the four categories at each scale relative to the total percentage of variance explained by the variables.
Montana wheat producers use approximately million pounds of herbicide active ingredient annually on million acres of summer fallow for weed control. This represents the largest quantity of pesticide used in Montana's number one industry - Agriculture. Despite its advantages in terms of improved farm labor efficiency and yield; economic, environmental, and societal concerns indicate.
The use of multi-species mixtures has been proposed as one strategy to improve agricultural sustainability. We conducted a co-ordinated continental-scale field experiment across 31 sites to investigate the relative resource utilisation (measured as biomass yield) of monocultures and four-species mixtures.
Overall, comparisons of the yield of sown species (weeds excluded) demonstrated Cited by: 3. Abstract. One of the most striking features of California annual grasslands is their high species diversity.
The maintenance of species diversity, in spite of the potential force of competitive exclusion acting to simplify community structure, has been a favorite topic for ecological speculation (Darwin ; Tansley and Adamson ; Hutchinson ; Miller ).Cited by: 1.
Introduction. The dramatic changes in composition and richness of arable weed communities following changes in crop husbandry since the s are now well documented in Europe (Baessler and Klotz,Fried et al., a).Following the review by Booth and Swanton (), who proposed to use community assembly rules as a tool in weed science, recent efforts have aimed to characterise Cited by: This study was designed to measure the rate of water turnover in desert and nondesert dwelling rodents of comparable sizes.
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Abstract. The factors that determine plant community resistance to exotic annual Bromus species (Bromus hereafter) are diverse and context specific. They are influenced by the environmental characteristics and attributes of the community, the traits of Bromus species, and the direct and indirect interactions of Bromus with the plant community.
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In a jack pine (Pinus banksiana) plantation forest in Illinois, Smith  used seed traps during the summer and fall over a 2-year period to estimate climbing nightshade's total seed e seed rain for the first year was about 4 seeds/m², compared to about 12 seeds/m² the following year.
Many of the other species collected also had greater seed rain in the 2nd year, leading. Across sites, years and sown densities, annual weed biomass in mixtures and monocultures was and t DM ha−1 (7% and 33% of total biomass respectively).
Over 95% of mixtures had weed biomass lower than the average of monocultures, and in two-thirds of cases, lower than in the most suppressive monoculture (transgressive suppression).
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