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David M. Butler, Gary E. Bates and Sarah E. Eichler Inwood

nitrogen in water and soil extracts Commun. Soil Sci. Plant Anal. 26 303 316 Smith, A.N. Reberg-Horton, S.C. Place, G.T. Meijer, A.D. Arellano, C. Mueller, J.P. 2011 Rolled rye mulch for weed suppression in organic no-tillage soybeans Weed Sci. 59 224 231

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Shuresh Ghimire, Annette L. Wszelaki, Jenny C. Moore, Debra Ann Inglis and Carol Miles

weed control for tomato is 4–5 weeks after transplanting ( Weaver and Tan, 1983 ). During this time, competition with weeds may decrease plant size and the number of marketable fruit. PE mulch and two plastic BDMs (both Mater-Bi based) gave similar weed

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Matthew D. Stevens, Brent L. Black, John D. Lea-Cox and Dillon Feuz

-planted through the resulting cover crop residue layer. Plants were spaced 30 cm apart in a single row down the center of each raised bed and allowed to runner and form matted rows. The cover crop residue provided some weed suppression during strawberry

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K. Delate, C. Cambardella and A. McKern

-Baki, A.A. Teasdale, J.R. 2004 Cover crop management and weed suppression in no-tillage sweet corn production HortScience 39 1262 1266 Creamer, N.G. Bennett, M.A. 1997 Evaluation of cover crop mixtures for use in vegetable production systems HortScience 32

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Cody J. Stewart, S. Christopher Marble, Brian J. Pearson and P. Christopher Wilson

Abbey, T.M. Mervosh, T.L. Senesac, A.F. Bradley, I.T. 2001 Mulches for weed suppression in containers of herbaceous perennials Perennial Plant Assn. Qrtly. J. Autumn 9 24 Ahn, J.K. Chung, I.M. 2000 Allopathic potential of rice hulls on germination and

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Handell Larco, Bernadine C. Strik, David R. Bryla and Dan M. Sullivan

blueberry J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 122 422 426 Townsend, L.R. 1973 Effects of N, P, K, and Mg on the growth and productivity of the highbush blueberry Can. J. Plant Sci. 53 161 168 Wedryk, S. Felix, J. Doohan, D. Cardina, J. 2012 Strategies for weed

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Carol Miles, Russ Wallace, Annette Wszelaki, Jeffrey Martin, Jeremy Cowan, Tom Walters and Debra Inglis

. Biol. Farming, Blackburn, VA Schonbeck, M.W. 1998 Weed suppression and labor costs associated with organic, plastic, and paper mulches in small-scale vegetable production J. Sustain. Agr. 13 13 33 Schonbeck, M.W. Evanylo, G.K. 1998 Effects of mulches on

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Mary Jane Clark and Youbin Zheng

difference in vegetative coverage was observed at any time point. We did not observe differences among treatments in weed suppression. Fig. 1. Proportion vegetative coverage for sedum-vegetated green roof modules grown with no added fertilizer (control) or

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Mary Jane Clark and Youbin Zheng

shading, which reduces building cooling costs during the summer ( Sailor, 2008 ). A high level of vegetative coverage is also recommended for weed suppression ( Cook-Patton and Bauerle, 2012 ; Snodgrass and Snodgrass, 2006 ). In addition, the

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Debalina Saha, S. Christopher Marble, Brian J. Pearson, Héctor E. Pérez, Gregory E. MacDonald and Dennis C. Odero

comparison of landscape mulches J. Arboric. 25 88 97 Ferguson, J. Rathinasabapathi, B. Warren, C. 2008 Southern redcedar and southern magnolia wood chip mulches for weed suppression in containerized woody ornamentals HortTechnology 18 266 270 Fraedrich, S