Biomass shifts and suppresses weed populations under conservation agriculture. Michael J. Mulvaney, Virginia Tech, USA C. Wes Wood, Auburn University , USA Andrew J. Price, USDA ARS National Soil Dynamics Lab , USA.
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Michael J. Mulvaney,Virginia Tech, USA
C. Wes Wood,Auburn University, USA
Andrew J. Price,USDA ARS National Soil Dynamics Lab, USA
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Conservation agriculture: conservation agriculture
↑ Soil moisture
Improved soil structure
Soil temperature moderationIntroduction
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Quantify weed suppression of a summer cover crop and organic mulches under no-till collard (Brassica oleracea L.) production during conversion to CA:
oat straw, control