Cover-Crop Systems Affect Weed Communities in a California Vineyard

@inproceedings{Baumgartner2008CoverCropSA,
  title={Cover-Crop Systems Affect Weed Communities in a California Vineyard},
  author={Kendra Baumgartner and Kerri L. Steenwerth and Lissa Veilleux},
  year={2008}
}
Vineyard weed communities were examined under four dormant-season cover-crop systems representative of those used in the north-coastal grape-growing region of California: no-till annuals (ANoT) (rose clover, soft brome, zorro fescue), no-till perennials (PNoT) (blue wildrye, California brome, meadow barley, red fescue, yarrow), tilled annual (AT) (triticale), and a no-cover-crop tilled control (NoCT). Treatments were carried out for 3 yr in the interrows of a wine grape vineyard. Glyphosate was… CONTINUE READING

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