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Scott B. Lukas, Joseph DeFrank, Orville C. Baldos and Glenn S. Sakamoto

obtained during field establishment with seashore dropseed plugs with the use of spray applications of oxadiazon (4.0 lb/acre) ( Baldos et al., 2010 ). The objective of this groundcover establishment study was to evaluate the response of weeds and cut stems

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Yan Chen, Ronald E. Strahan and Regina P. Bracy

Yellow nutsedge is one of the most troublesome and widespread perennial weeds in managed landscapes in the United States ( Gao et al., 1999 ; Wilcut et al., 1991 ). Its upright growth habit and pale green leaf color are a prominent distraction and

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Clinton J. Hunnicutt, Andrew W. MacRae and Vance M. Whitaker

pressure within the planting bed comes from weeds in the planting holes, with the exception of nutsedge ( Cyperus sp.), which can puncture and grow through the plastic. Weeds growing in the planting holes typically begin to germinate within 3 to 5 weeks

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Karen Mitchell, Elizabeth French, Janna Beckerman, Anjali Iyer-Pascuzzi, Jeff Volenec and Kevin Gibson

. Although weeds are known to reduce crop yields, there is little published research on the effect of biochar on weeds ( Major et al., 2005 ; Quilliam et al., 2012 ; Smith and Cox, 2014 ; Soni et al., 2014 ). Smith and Cox (2014) showed a neutral effect

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

alters availability of extractable nutrients ( Baker et al., 2007 ; Stubbs et al., 2004 ). However, reducing tillage may increase problems with root diseases and weeds ( Stubbs et al., 2004 ). Integration of cover crops into low-biomass cropping systems

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Mercy Olmstead, Timothy W. Miller, Callie S. Bolton and Carol A. Miles

combination of winter wheat and austrian winter pea (2:1). Winter wheat, austrian winter pea, and the winter wheat–austrian winter pea mixture were mowed in the alleyway and in-row weeds were controlled with a handheld string-trimmer. Non-treated winter wheat

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Zane Raudenbush and Steven J. Keeley

Common dandelion ( Taraxacum officinale Weber) is one of the most widely recognized weeds of turfgrass. It is a simple perennial, forming a basal rosette of leaves and bright yellow flowers ( Uva et al., 1997 ). Dandelions can reproduce through

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Amber N. Bates, Gerald M. Henry and Cynthia B. McKenney

germination, hooker’s evening primrose must first be propagated in the greenhouse and transplanted into the field following maturation to the rosette stage ( Murphy et al., 1999 ). The presence of weeds in agricultural fields often increases the time and costs

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Matthew A. Cutulle, Gregory R. Armel, James T. Brosnan, Dean A. Kopsell, William E. Klingeman, Phillip C. Flanagan, Gregory K. Breeden, Jose J. Vargas, Rebecca Koepke-Hill and Mark A. Halcomb

Controlling weed contamination in nursery stock is difficult in ornamental production. Although cultural practices for weed control in nurseries include mulching and the use of fabrics to impede the development of emerging weeds, these techniques

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William T. Haller, Lyn A. Gettys and Taizo Uchida

postemergence control of grasses and broadleaf weeds in corn [ Zea mays ( BASF, 2012 )], and Pylex is labeled for use in cool-season turfgrasses such as golf courses, sod farms, and residential landscapes ( BASF, 2015 ). The Pylex label specifically states that