Sweetpotato Clone Tolerance to Weed Interference

@article{Bonte1999SweetpotatoCT,
  title={Sweetpotato Clone Tolerance to Weed Interference},
  author={D. R. L. Bonte and H. Harrison and C. Motsenbocker},
  journal={Hortscience},
  year={1999},
  volume={34},
  pages={229-232}
}
Field experiments were conducted to assess how sweetpotato ( Ipomoea batatas (L.) Lam.) clones interfere with weeds and how clones tolerate weed interference. Eleven clones with architecturally different canopies were evaluated for yield, canopy surface area and dry mass, weed dry mass, and light interception at ground level. A 2-fold difference in ground area covered by canopy surface area was observed among the eleven clones 42 days after planting, and a 3-fold difference in canopy dry mass… Expand

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