- Biological control of Congress Grass in NE India using sickle pod
- Allelopathy & Allelochemical: Allelopathy is a mechanism in which chemicals produced by weed plants may increase or decrease the associated plant growth. Rice (1984) defined allelopathy as the effects of one plant (including microorganism) on another ...
- New Rice Competes with Weeds, Offers High Grain Quality to Boot
- Indica rices are known for their ability to outcompete many weeds using allelochemical root secretions and other defenses.
- Do your homework before you plant a cover crop
- “I don't think we see nearly as much allelochemical production on soil types that are more prone to hold moisture. So again, you have to do a good job of matching your cover crop with your soil type.
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- "The Botanical Battleground" examined the effect of ultraviolet light on the sunflower's production of chemical compounds that inhibit growth in other plants.
- Separating Above- and Belowground Effects of Alliaria Petiolata and Lonicera
- While carbon application may benefit native plant growth in the presence of A.
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