Emergence Prediction of Common Groundsel (Senecio Vulgaris)

@inproceedings{Mcgiffen2008EmergencePO,
  title={Emergence Prediction of Common Groundsel (Senecio Vulgaris)},
  author={Milton Earl Mcgiffen and Kurt A. Spokas and Frank Forcella and David W. Archer and Steven R. Poppe and Rodrigo Figueroa},
  booktitle={Weed Science},
  year={2008}
}
Abstract Common groundsel is an important weed of strawberry and other horticultural crops. Few herbicides are registered for common groundsel control in such crops, and understanding and predicting the timing and extent of common groundsel emergence might facilitate its management. We developed simple emergence models on the basis of soil thermal time and soil hydrothermal time and validate them with the use of field-derived data from Minnesota and Ohio. Soil thermal time did not predict the… Expand
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