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mulch can suppress weeds by physical interference and/or allelopathy throughout the production season ( Barnes and Putnam, 1983 ; Creamer et al., 1996 ), which can potentially reduce the need for herbicides ( Hartwig and Ammon, 2002 ). A thick cover

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allelopathy by residues and aqueous extracts of rye (Secale cereale) Weed Sci. 34 384 390 Bowen, G. Shirley, C. Cramer, C. 2000 Managing cover crops profitably. Sustainable Agriculture Network Handbook Series, Book 3, National Agricultural Library, Second

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Bhowmik, P.C. Inderjit, 2003 Challenges and opportunities in implementing allelopathy for natural weed management Crop Prot. 22 661 671 Brown, P.D. Morra, M.J. 1996 Hydrolysis products of glucosinolates in Brassica napus tissues as inhibitors of seed

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, J.C.R. Galindo, J.M.G. Molinillo, and H.G. Cutler (eds.). Allelopathy: Chemistry and mode of action of allelochemicals. CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL El-Mahrouk, M.S. Dewir, Y.H. 2016 Physico-chemical properties of compost based waste-recycling of grape

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officinale seed J. Hort. Sci. 71 373 377 10.1080/14620316.1996.11515416 Littell, R.C. Milliken, G.A. Stroup, W.W. Wolfinger, R.D. Schabenberger, O. 2007 SAS for mixed models 2nd ed SAS Institute Cary, NC Lodhi, M.A.K. 1976 Role of allelopathy as expressed by

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pressure, and competition with cover crops, weed competition, and/or allelopathy. Soil temperatures, and hence accumulated SGDD, were lowered in the cover crop treatments at St. Paul and Lamberton early in the growing season in both study years. Walters

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allelopathy. Flavonoids also contain chemical structural elements that are responsible for antioxidation, and their antioxidant activities have been well established biochemically. Lemon balm, Melissa officinalis , is a member of the mint family that is

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amendments J. Jpn. Soc. Hort. Sci. 71 370 374 Matsubara, Y. Okada, T. Nahiyan, A.S.M. 2010 Tolerance to allelopathy and Fusarium disease, changes in antioxidant substance in mycorrhhizal asparagus plants raised in decline soil Acta Hort. (ISHS) 883 417 423

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that all mulches had some degree of allelopathy when materials were fresh and ranked their effects on weeds as pine straw > pine bark > shredded cypress. In this study, greater yellow nutsedge control was found with pine nugget in some plots perhaps

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189 Putnam A.R. Tang C.S. The science of allelopathy Wiley New York, NY Felton, G.W. Summers, G.B. Mueller, A.J. 1994 Induced resistance in soybean to Helicoverpa zea : Role of plant

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