Spring-seeded smother plants for weed control in corn and soybeans

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1999
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Buhler, Douglas
Kohler, Keith
Foster, Madonna
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Altmetrics
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Leopold Center for Sustainable Agriculture
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Smother plants are specialized cover crops developed for their ability to suppress weeds and may provide an alternative, non-chemical method of weed control. The goal of this project was to define the characteristics and mechanics of establishing a successful spring-seeded smother plant system and to study and exploit the competitive interactions among weeds, smother plants, and the crop.

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