Competitiveness and Precision Management of the Noxious Weed Cannabis sativa L. in Winter Wheat

@article{Reisinger2005CompetitivenessAP,
  title={Competitiveness and Precision Management of the Noxious Weed Cannabis sativa L. in Winter Wheat},
  author={Peter W. M. Reisinger and {\'E}va Lehoczky and Tam{\'a}s Kőm{\'i}ves},
  journal={Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis},
  year={2005},
  volume={36},
  pages={629 - 634}
}
Abstract Wild hemp (Cannabis sativa ssp. spontanea) is a rapidly spreading weed in Hungary that forms large and stable patches in most agricultural fields. To evaluate the dominance properties and the nutrient uptake of wild hemp, we carried out experiments in a 36‐ha agricultural field, using 80 evenly distributed sampling areas that were identified by GPS coordinates. Field maps of wild hemp infestations were formulated to determine the density and dominance of this weed, and plants were… Expand
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