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Dissolved Organic Matter
Abstract Dissolved organic matter (DOM) is defined as the organic matter fraction in solution that passes through a 0.45 μm filter. Although DOM is ubiquitous in terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems,Expand
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Biology and survival of broom corn millet ( Panicum miliaceum ) seed
The wild type of broom corn millet (Panicum miliaceum) is a serious emerging weed, currently prevalent in New Zealand sweet corn (Zea mays) crops. This study shows its seed is nearly twice the weightExpand
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Confirmation of glyphosate resistance in two species of ryegrass from New Zealand vineyards
Plants were obtained from two populations of Italian ryegrass ( Lolium multiflorum) and three populations of perennial ryegrass ( Lolium perenne) from different vineyards in Marlborough and NelsonExpand
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Quick tests for detecting glyphosate-resistant Italian and perennial ryegrass
Three quick tests were evaluated for detecting glyphosate-resistant biotypes of Italian ryegrass and perennial ryegrass. Biotypes of these two species were used that were 13.4 and 7.3 times moreExpand
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EFFECT OF CULTIVATION METHODS ON WEED SEED DISTRIBUTION AND SEEDLING EMERGENCE
The influence of four cultivation treatments viz. ploughing, rotary hoeing, power harrowing and no soil disturbance, on the distribution of weed seeds in the soil profile was investigated in a fieldExpand
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MANAGEMENT OF OXALIS LATIFOLIA AND CALYSTEGIA SEPIUM IN MAIZE
Fish-tail oxalis ( Oxalis latifolia) and pink bindweed (Calystegia sepium) are problem perennial weeds in maize crops. Four field trials were conducted over two growing seasons to evaluate bothExpand
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Potential of weed seedbanks for managing weeds: a review of recent New Zealand research
Weed seedbanks are the primary source of weeds in cultivated soils. Some knowledge of the weed seedbank may therefore be appropriate for integrated weed management programs. It would also be veryExpand
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Future changes in New Zealand's hill country pasture weeds.
This paper examines the current and possible future status of weed problems in hill country pastures in New Zealand. Factors like lower fertiliser inputs, stocking rates, rural depopulation andExpand
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