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Jeffrey P. Mitchell, Karen M. Klonsky, Eugene M. Miyao, Brenna J. Aegerter, Anil Shrestha, Daniel S. Munk, Kurt Hembree, Nicholaus M. Madden and Thomas A. Turini

tillage” on permanent tomato planting beds. The winter small grain cover crop at Sano Farms is typically ended in early February with herbicide before it grows more than about 12 inches tall. The cover crop provides winter weed suppression. The Sano owners

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Jeremy S. Cowan, Debra A. Inglis and Carol A. Miles

., 2012 ; Moreno et al., 2009 ; Olsen and Gounder, 2001 ; Rangarajan and Ingall, 2006 ), efficacy for weed suppression ( Anzalone et al., 2010 ; Jenni et al., 2004 ; Minuto et al., 2008 ), and functional performance and degradability ( Briassoulis

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Jennifer Tillman, Ajay Nair, Mark Gleason and Jean Batzer

, and herbicides influence weed suppression and yield of pumpkins Weed Technol. 18 953 961 Roper, M.M. Gupta, V.V.S.R. Murphy, D.V. 2010 Tillage practices altered labile soil organic carbon and microbial function without affecting crop yields Austral. J

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Christian A. Wyenandt, Landon H. Rhodes, Mark A. Bennett and Richard M. Riedel

mechanically killing cover crops to optimize weed suppression Amer. J. Altern. Agr. 10 157 162 Creamer, N.G. Bennett, M.A. Stinner, B.R. Cardina, J. 1996a A comparison of four processing tomato production systems differing in cover crop and chemical inputs J

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Sanjeev K. Bangarwa, Jason K. Norsworthy, Edward E. Gbur and John D. Mattice

for weed suppression. Similarly, Norsworthy and Meehan (2005b) found that for yellow nutsedge emergence to be reduced 92%, a phenyl ITC concentration of 1352 ppm in soil is required. However, the above-mentioned studies were conducted in open trays

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Christian A. Wyenandt, Richard M. Riedel, Landon H. Rhodes, Mark A. Bennett and Stephen G.P. Nameth

.H. Phillips, R.E. 1971 Influence of no-tillage on soil moisture Agron. J. 63 593 596 Creamer, N.G. Plassman, B. Bennett, M.A. Wood, R.K. Stinner, B.R. Cardina, J. 1995 A method for mechanically killing cover crops to optimize weed suppression Am. J. Altern

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Victoria J. Ackroyd and Mathieu Ngouajio

control soilborne pathogens, while contributing other benefits such as decreased erosion and weed suppression. Research suggests that brassica cover crops may be phytotoxic to cash crop seeds. Haramoto and Gallandt (2005) determined that brassica cover

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Francesco Montemurro, Angelo Fiore, Gabriele Campanelli, Fabio Tittarelli, Luigi Ledda and Stefano Canali

Paper No. 56. FAO, Rome, Italy Altieri, M.A. Lana, M.A. Bittencourt, H.V. Kieling, A.S. Comin, J.J. Lovato, P.E. 2011 Enhancing crop productivity via weed suppression in organic no-till cropping systems in Santa Catarina, Brazil J. Sustain. Agr. 35 855

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Shuresh Ghimire, Arnold M. Saxton, Annette L. Wszelaki, Jenny C. Moore and Carol A. Miles

the soil Environ. Sci. Technol. 46 6453 6454 Schonbeck, M.W. 1999 Weed suppression and labor costs associated with organic, plastic, and paper mulches in small-scale vegetable production J. Sustain. Agr. 13 13 33 Shogren, R.L. 2000 Biodegradable

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Jeffrey R. Pieper, Rebecca Nelson Brown and José A. Amador

averaged only 1.7 Mg·ha −1 in 2011 and 2.1 Mg·ha −1 in 2012. Teasdale and Mohler (2000) showed an exponential relationship between rye mulch biomass and weed populations, concluding that weed suppression is increased by 15% for every 1000 kg of cover