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- Zasada, Inga; Peetz, Amy; Forge, Tom
- Canadian journal of plant pathology 2017 v.39 no.4 pp. 497-502
- Bellis perennis; Calystegia sepium; Capsella bursa-pastoris; Cynodon dactylon; Echinochloa crus-galli; Epilobium angustifolium; Hypochaeris radicata; Persicaria lapathifolia; Pratylenchus crenatus; Senecio; Sonchus; Taraxacum officinale; Trifolium; Vaccinium; autumn; blueberries; dominant species; hosts; population density; root lesion nematodes; roots; soil; soil sampling; spring; weeds; Canada; United States
- ... Blueberry (Vaccinium spp.) is a rapidly growing segment of the agricultural sectors in the Pacific North-west (PNW) of the USA and Canada. Plant-parasitic nematodes are commonly found in blueberry production fields, with root lesion nematodes (Pratylenchus species) reported as being widespread; however, the identity of these populations associated with blueberry roots has not been previously deter ...
- Thilmony, Blake M.; Lym, Rodney G.
- Invasive plant science and management 2017 v.10 no.2 pp. 201-209
- Calystegia sepium; Cirsium arvense; Euphorbia esula; Galium boreale; Lactuca serriola; Liliopsida; Medicago lupulina; Solidago canadensis; Symphyotrichum lanceolatum subsp. lanceolatum var. lanceolatum; Thalictrum; Vicia; Viola; aminocyclopyrachlor; broadleaf weeds; forbs; invasive species; plant communities; Great Plains region; Minnesota; North Dakota
- ... Aminocyclopyrachlor (AMCP) will control many invasive broadleaf weeds, but the susceptibility of desirable forbs is not widely known. Native prairie response to AMCP was evaluated near Fargo, ND, and Felton, MN, in the Northern Great Plains. Both sites had high floristic quality prior to treatment, with 33 and 80 different species at Fargo and Felton, respectively. AMCP was applied at 140 g ha⁻¹ i ...