Competition Among Crop and Pasture Plants

@inproceedings{Donald1963CompetitionAC,
  title={Competition Among Crop and Pasture Plants},
  author={C. M. Donald},
  year={1963}
}
  • C. M. Donald
  • Published 1963
  • Biology
  • Publisher Summary In the early days of agriculture, man must have learned of the competition among individual plants within a crop or intraspecific competition, even though his knowledge was purely in empirical terms. He must have learned by experience that if the sowing rate were sparse, his harvest would be lean, and conversely that if the seed rate were increased beyond a certain value, the plants would be spindly and poorly grown. The fuller understanding of competition among plants… CONTINUE READING

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