A Multi-Tactic Approach to Manage Weed Population Dynamics in Crop Rotations

@inproceedings{Anderson2005AMA,
  title={A Multi-Tactic Approach to Manage Weed Population Dynamics in Crop Rotations},
  author={Randy L. Anderson},
  year={2005}
}
L.) are now grown with winter wheat and fallow. Integrating crop diversity with other cultural tactics enabled No-till systems have enabled producers to change crop rotations in producers to effectively control weeds with 50% less the semiarid Central Great Plains. Previously, winter wheat (Triticum aestivum L.)–fallow was the prevalent rotation; now producers grow herbicide inputs compared with their initial experiences warm-season crops along with winter wheat and fallow. Initially, weed with… CONTINUE READING
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