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Common lambsquarters (Chenopodium album) interference with corn across the north-central United States
Agronomy & Horticulture -- Faculty Publications
  • David W Fischer, University of Wisconsin
  • R. Gordon Harvey, University of Wisconsin
  • Thomas T Bauman, Purdue University
  • Sam Phillips, Purdue University
  • Stephen E Hart, Rutgers University
  • Gregg A Johnson, University of Minnesota
  • James J Kells, Michigan State University
  • Philip Westra, Colorado State University
  • John L. Lindquist, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Date of this Version
1-1-2004
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Published in Weed Science, 52:1034–1038, 2004. Copyright © Weed Science Society. Used by permission.
Abstract

Variation in crop–weed interference relationships has been shown for a number of crop–weed mixtures and may have an important influence on weed management decision-making. Field experiments were conducted at seven locations over 2 yr to evaluate variation in common lambsquarters interference in field corn and whether a single set of model parameters could be used to estimate corn grain yield loss throughout the north-central United States.

Citation Information
David W Fischer, R. Gordon Harvey, Thomas T Bauman, Sam Phillips, et al.. "Common lambsquarters (Chenopodium album) interference with corn across the north-central United States" (2004)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/john_lindquist/38/