Weed species present in cereal crops in southern New South Wales

@inproceedings{Broster2012WeedSP,
  title={Weed species present in cereal crops in southern New South Wales},
  author={J. C. Broster and Eric A. Koetz and Hanwen Wu},
  year={2012}
}
A field survey of 192 cereal crops in southern New South Wales collected data on the weed species present and their levels of infestation. Fourteen of the 192 paddocks had no weeds present, while 30 had only one species recorded. Two weed species were recorded in 52 paddocks, three in 35, four in 28, five in 20 and six in ten paddocks while three of the paddocks contained seven weed species. The species most commonly found were annual ryegrass and wild oats, in 66% and 63% of paddocks… CONTINUE READING

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