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Marchantia polymorpha J. Cell Sci. 12 391 401 Marble, S.C. 2015 Herbicide and mulch interactions: A review of the literature and implications for the landscape maintenance industry Weed Technol. 29 341 349 Marble, C. Frank, M.S. Laughinghouse, D. Steed, S

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rice hulls have been shown to provide excellent control of flexuous bittercress ( Cardamine flexuosa With.), liverwort ( Marchantia polymorpha L.) ( Altland and Krause, 2014 ), and creeping woodsorrel ( Oxalis corniculata L.) ( Altland et al., 2016a

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( Marchantia polymorpha ), a troublesome weed in nursery crops and greenhouses, and inhibited radicle elongation of velvetleaf ( Abutilon theophrasti Medicus) and wheat ( Triticum aestivum L.) ( Svenson and Deuel, 2000 ; Vaughn et al., 1996 ). MSM applied

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weeders and brush hoes may improve in-row weed control in newly transplanted strawberry, although their use is not widespread in the PNW. Organic strawberry production currently relies nearly exclusively on hand weeding and the use of plastic mulch

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of organic mulch materials in containers can provide season-long weed control. In container plant production, Cochran et al. (2009) reported that a 2.5-cm layer of pine bark mini-nuggets reduced weed counts of eclipta ( Eclipta alba L.) by 87% and

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