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- Yu, Jialin; Morishita, Don W.
- Weed technology 2014 v.28 no.1 pp. 259-265
- Sinapis alba subsp. alba, etc ; Amaranthus retroflexus; Bassia scoparia; Chenopodium album; Echinochloa crus-galli; Salsola tragus; Setaria viridis; Sonchus oleraceus; Zea mays; allelochemicals; application rate; biomass; corn; corn gluten meal; grass weeds; greenhouse experimentation; greenhouses; mustard oil cake; seedling emergence; shoots; soil; trays; weed control; Show all 23 Subjects
- ... Corn gluten meal (CGM) and white mustard seed meal (MSM) can release biologically active allelochemicals and have been demonstrated to be useful as PRE alternative weed control products. The objective of this study was to compare the effects of CGM and MSM on the emergence and aboveground dry weight of five broadleaf and two grass weed species. Greenhouse experiments were conducted using 26 by 53 ...
- Handiseni, Maxwell; Brown, Jack; Zemetra, Robert; Mazzola, Mark
- Weed technology 2011 v.25 no.1 pp. 127-134
- Sinapis alba subsp. alba, etc ; Amaranthus retroflexus; Avena fatua; Brassica juncea; Lactuca serriola; Lolium multiflorum; application rate; biomass; broadleaf weeds; disease control; glucosinolates; grass weeds; grasses; growers; herbicidal properties; herbicides; mustard seed; nutrients; oats; organic production; production technology; rapeseed; rapeseed meal; seedling emergence; soil; thioglucosidase; vegetable crops; vegetable growing; vegetables; weed control; Show all 30 Subjects
- ... The need for sustainable agricultural-production systems has generated demand for effective, nonsynthetic, alternative weed-control strategies. For some vegetable crops there are few herbicide options available, and there is little prospect of new herbicides being registered for vegetable crops. Brassicaceae seed meal, a residue product of the seed oil extraction process, can provide a resource fo ...