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- Quimby, P.C.; King, L.R.; Grey, W.E.
- Agriculture, ecosystems & environment 2002 v.88 no.2 pp. 147
- land management, etc ; Avena fatua; Bromus tectorum; Aegilops cylindrica; biological control; crop management; cropping systems; farm inputs; weed control; crops; soil microorganisms; microorganisms; soil management; Show all 13 Subjects
- ... Biological control can contribute to the sustainability of crop/land management systems by reducing the inputs currently derived from non-renewable fossil energy sources. Biologically based technology will have to be developed and gradually integrated into management systems that will include some chemicals for a long time to come. A researchable paradigm is presented: using "weed-suppressive soil ...