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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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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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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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et al., 2009 ; Richardson et al., 2008 ) through light exclusion, reduction of available water for weed seeds, allelopathy, and by acting as a barrier to emerging seedlings ( Chalker-Scott, 2007 ). The exact method in which mulches reduce weed growth

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Sudex cover crops can kill and stunt subsequent tomato, lettuce and broccoli transplants through allelopathy Calif. Agr. 63 35 40 Thomas, G. 1996 Soil pH and acidity, p. 475–490. In: D.L. Sparks, A.L. Page, P.A. Helmke, R.H. Loeppert, P.N. Soltanpour, M

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. Mundt, F. 2020 Factoextra: Extract and visualize the results of multivariate data analyses: R package version 1.0.7 31 Aug. 2021. < https://CRAN.R-project.org/package=factoextra > Kato-Noguchi, H. 2011 Barnyard grass-induced rice allelopathy

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exudates from secondary roots into the rhizosphere play an important role nutrient acquisition, combating invasive weed species through allelopathy and attraction of beneficial microbes within the root zone that inhibit soilborne pathogens like Fusarium

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vegetable production HortTechnology 22 207 214 10.21273/HORTTECH.22.2.207 Weston, L.A. Duke, S.O. 2003 Weed and crop allelopathy Crit. Rev. Plant Sci. 22 367 389 10.1080/713610861 Williams, R.D. 1982 Growth and reproduction of Cyperus esculentus L. and

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of stress factors, including pathogens, allelopathy ( Hartung and Stephens, 1983 ) and/or winterhardiness. The freezing of non-senescent fern could contribute to decline, because removal of green fern from actively growing asparagus has been shown to

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. Wanigaratne, S. Campbell, M. 2011 Municipal bylaw to reduce cosmetic/non-essential pesticide use on household lawns: A policy implementation evaluation Environ. Health 10 74 Colquhoun, J.B. 2006 Allelopathy in weeds and crops: Myths and facts. Proc. Wisconsin

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