Sown grass strips harbour high weed diversity but decrease weed richness in adjacent crops

@inproceedings{Cordeau2012SownGS,
  title={Sown grass strips harbour high weed diversity but decrease weed richness in adjacent crops},
  author={St{\'e}phane Cordeau and Sandrine Petit and Xavier Reboud and Bruno Chauvel},
  year={2012}
}
Cordeau S, Petit S, Reboud X & Chauvel B (2011). Sown grass strips harbour high weed diversity but decrease weed richness in adjacent crops. Weed Research 52, 88–97. Summary Sown grass strips have been widely established on field margins across France, because of their expected environmental benefits. They may also enhance the diversity of plant species in the adjacent boundary by buffering them from agricultural practices. However, the strips could act as an extended reservoir for… CONTINUE READING

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