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M.D. Orzolek, J.H. Murphy and L. Otjen

97A ORAL SESSION 11 (Abstr. 072–077) Weed Control

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Warren Roberts, Jim Shrefler, Jim Duthie, Jonathan Edelson and Wes Watkins

48 POSTER SESSION 1B (Abstr. 007–025) Weed Control—Cross-commodity

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G.D. Leroux, J. Douheret, M. Lanouette and M. Martel

29 POSTER SESSION 3 Weed Control/Cross-Commodity

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S. Christopher Marble, Andrew K. Koeser and Gitta Hasing

. However, to provide all of these benefits, landscapes must be installed correctly and properly maintained ( Henry, 1994 ). Weed control is an important component in landscape maintenance from both an aesthetic and biological perspective. From a biological

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Jo Ann Robbins and Carol Blackburn

48 POSTER SESSION 1B (Abstr. 007–025) Weed Control—Cross-commodity

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Chuck Ingels and John Roncoroni

plants spread by rhizomes. Closer spacing of transplants is cost-prohibitive for larger plantings, and wider spacing exacerbates weed competition for 1 year or more. Weed control is essential in weedy sites for 1 year to reduce the weed seed bank

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S. Christopher Marble, Andrew K. Koeser and Gitta Hasing

( Beard and Green, 1994 ). Well-maintained landscapes also have been shown to increase property values ( Henry, 1994 ). Chemical weed control in landscape planting beds presents unique challenges not present in cropping systems. First, herbicides that are

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James E. Klett and David Hillock

29 POSTER SESSION 3 Weed Control/Cross-Commodity

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Nihat Tursun, Bekir Bükün, Sinan Can Karacan, Mathieu Ngouajio and Hüsrev Mennan

production techniques that could help reduce or eliminate synthetic herbicide use ( Baumann et al., 2000 ). Integrated weed management (IWM) combines preventive and curative weed control methods, based on ecological principles, to address environmental and

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Scott Dunn, David Staats and James E. Klett

48 POSTER SESSION 1B (Abstr. 007–025) Weed Control—Cross-commodity