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residue suppresses weeds has been well documented and includes reducing light penetration and lower the temperature at the soil surface, creating obstacles for weed growth, and through allelopathy. It is also well understood that weed suppression increases

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analysis as an aid in fertilizing vegetable crops 549 562 Westerman R.L. Soil testing and plant analysis 3rd Ed Soil Sci. Soc. Amer Madison, WI Gliessman, S.R. 1989 Allelopathy and agricultural sustainability 69 80 Chou C.H. Waller G.R. Phytochemical

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. Sustain. Agr. 14 83 151 Archer, J.R. Smith, P.D. 1972 The relation between bulk density, available water capacity, and air capacity of soils J. Soil Sci. 23 475 480 Barnes, J.P. Putnam, A.R. 1986 Evidence for allelopathy by residues and aqueous extracts of

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physiological responses of two dominant grass species to nitrogen addition in Xilin River Basin of China Environ. Exp. Bot. 53 65 75 Chen, L.H. Gong, P. Yang, W.Q. Zhang, J. Hu, T.X. 2012 Effects of allelopathy from the early decomposition of Eucalyptus leaf

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Role of phenolic compounds in plant defense: Induced by arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi Allelopathy J. 20 1 14 Yi, W. Wetzstein, H.Y. 2010 Biochemical, biological and histological evaluation of some culinary and medicinal herbs grown under greenhouse and

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al., 2010 ; Seem et al., 2003 ; Semidey et al., 1987 ). However, once the leaf canopy has closed, most sweetpotato cultivars do an excellent job preventing soil erosion and suppressing weed growth through shading and allelopathy ( Cavalcante et al

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Jabran, K. Farooq, M. 2013 Implications of potential allelopathic crops in agricultural systems, p. 349–385. In: Z.A. Cheema, M. Farooq, and A. Wahid (eds.). Allelopathy current trends and future applications. Springer, Berlin, Germany Jayaraman, J

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.E. 2003 Invasive plants of horticultural origin HortScience 38 14 16 doi: https://doi.org/10.21273/HORTSCI.38.1.14 10.21273/HORTSCI.38.1.14 Bias, H.P. Vepachedu, R. Gilroy, S. Callaway, R.M. Vivanco, J.M. 2003 Allelopathy and exotic

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