Catalogo Articoli (Spogli Riviste)

HELP
ATTENZIONE: attualmente gli articoli Current Contents (fonte ISI) a partire dall'anno 2002 sono consultabili sulla Risorsa On-Line

Le informazioni sugli articoli di fonte ISI sono coperte da copyright

La ricerca find articoli where soggetti phrase all words 'integrated weed management' sort by level,fasc_key/DESCEND, pagina_ini_num/ASCEND ha restituito 105 riferimenti
Si mostrano 100 riferimenti a partire da 1
Selezionare un intervallo

Per ulteriori informazioni selezionare i riferimenti di interesse.

    1. Olliff, T; Renkin, R; McClure, C; Miller, P; Price, D; Reinhart, D; Whipple, J
      Managing a complex exotic vegetation program in Yellowstone National Park

      WESTERN NORTH AMERICAN NATURALIST
    2. Defago, G; Ammon, HU; Cagan, L; Draeger, B; Greaves, MP; Guntli, D; Hoeke, D; Klimes, L; Lawrie, J; Moenne-Loccoz, Y; Nicolet, B; Pfirter, HA; Tabacchi, R; Toth, P
      Towards the biocontrol of bindweeds with a mycoherbicide

      BIOCONTROL
    3. Charudattan, R
      Biological control of weeds by means of plant pathogens: Significance for integrated weed management in modern agro-ecology

      BIOCONTROL
    4. Buhler, DD; Kohler, KA; Foster, MS
      Corn, soybean, and weed responses to spring-seeded smother plants

      JOURNAL OF SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE
    5. Huang, JZ; Shrestha, A; Tollenaar, M; Deen, W; Rajcan, I; Rahimian, H; Swanton, CJ
      Effect of temperature and photoperiod on the phenological development of wild mustard (Sinapis arvensis L.)

      FIELD CROPS RESEARCH
    6. Masters, RA; Sheley, RL
      Principles and practices for managing rangeland invasive plants

      JOURNAL OF RANGE MANAGEMENT
    7. Chandler, K; Shrestha, A; Swanton, CJ
      Weed seed return as influenced by the critical weed-free period and row spacing of no-till glyphosate-resistant soybean

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF PLANT SCIENCE
    8. Kirkland, KJ; Holm, FA; Stevenson, FC
      Appropriate crop seeding rate when herbicide rate is reduced

      WEED TECHNOLOGY
    9. Swanton, CJ; Shrestha, A; Chandler, K; Deen, W
      An economic assessment of weed control strategies in no-till glyphosate-resistant soybean (Glycine max)

      WEED TECHNOLOGY
    10. Hamill, AS; Knezevic, SZ; Chandler, K; Sikkema, PH; Tardif, FJ; Shrestha, A; Swanton, CJ
      Weed control in glufosinate-resistant corn (Zea mays)

      WEED TECHNOLOGY
    11. Forcella, F
      Rotary hoeing substitutes for two-thirds rate of soil-applied herbicide

      WEED TECHNOLOGY
    12. Blackshaw, RE; Molnar, LJ; Muendel, HH; Saindon, G; Li, XJ
      Integration of cropping practices and herbicides improves weed management in dry bean (Phaseolus vulgaris)

      WEED TECHNOLOGY
    13. Jones, RE; Medd, RW
      Economic thresholds and the case for longer term approaches to population management of weeds

      WEED TECHNOLOGY
    14. Zhang, ZH; Weaver, SE; Hamill, AS
      Risks and reliability of using herbicides at below-labeled rates

      WEED TECHNOLOGY
    15. Venkatesh, R; Harrison, SK; Riedel, RM
      Weed hosts of soybean cyst nematode (Heterodera glycines) in Ohio

      WEED TECHNOLOGY
    16. Prakash, V; Pandey, AK; Singh, RD; Mani, VP
      Integrated weed management in winter onion (Allium cepa) under mid-hill conditions of north-western Himalayas

      INDIAN JOURNAL OF AGRONOMY
    17. Sukhadia, NM; Ramani, BB; Modhwadia, MM; Asodaria, KB
      Integrated weed management in groundnut (Arachis hypogaea)- wheat (Triticum aestivum) crop sequence

      INDIAN JOURNAL OF AGRONOMY
    18. Chaudhary, GR
      Weed-population dynamics and fennel (Foeniculum vulgare) growth as influenced by integrated weed management

      INDIAN JOURNAL OF AGRONOMY
    19. Manickam, G; Durai, R; Gnanamurthi, P
      Weed characteristics, yield attributes and crop yield as influenced by integrated weed management in groundnut (Arachis hypogaea)-based intercroppingsystem

      INDIAN JOURNAL OF AGRONOMY
    20. Naik, DC; Muniyappa, TV; Kumar, MD
      Response of transplanted fingermillet (Eleusine coracana) on yield and economics as influenced by integrated weed-management practices

      INDIAN JOURNAL OF AGRONOMY
    21. Jacobs, JS; Sheley, RL; Story, JM
      Use of picloram to enhance establishment of Cyphocleonus achates (Coleoptera : Curculionidae)

      ENVIRONMENTAL ENTOMOLOGY
    22. Li, JM; Kremer, RJ
      Rhizobacteria associated with weed seedlings in different cropping systems

      WEED SCIENCE
    23. Buhler, DD; Liebman, M; Obrycki, JJ
      Theoretical and practical challenges to an IPM approach to weed management

      WEED SCIENCE
    24. Jordan, NR; Zhang, J; Huerd, S
      Arbuscular-mycorrhizal fungi: potential roles in weed management

      WEED RESEARCH
    25. Muller-Scharer, H; Scheepens, PC; Greaves, MP
      Biological control of weeds in European crops: recent achievements and future work

      WEED RESEARCH
    26. Williams, MM; Mortensen, DA; Doran, JW
      No-tillage soybean performance in cover crops for weed management in the western Corn Belt

      JOURNAL OF SOIL AND WATER CONSERVATION
    27. Jacobs, JS; Sheley, RL; Carter, JR
      Picloram, fertilizer, and defoliation interactions on spotted knapweed reinvasion

      JOURNAL OF RANGE MANAGEMENT
    28. Singh, SK; Jain, NK; Poonia, BL
      Integrated weed management in Indian mustard (Brassica juncea)

      INDIAN JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES
    29. Huang, JZ; Shrestha, A; Tollenaar, M; Deen, W; Rahimian, H; Swanton, CJ
      Effects of photoperiod on the phenological development of redroot pigweed (Amaranthus retroflexus L.)

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF PLANT SCIENCE
    30. Blackshaw, RE; Semach, G; Li, X; O'Donovan, JT; Harker, KN
      Tillage, fertiliser and glyphosate timing effects on foxtail barley (Hordeum jubatum) management in wheat

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF PLANT SCIENCE
    31. Schoofs, A; Entz, MH
      Influence of annual forages on weed dynamics in a cropping system

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF PLANT SCIENCE
    32. Guntli, D; Burgos, S; Kump, I; Heeb, M; Pfirter, HA; Defago, G
      Biological control of hedge bindweed (Calystegia sepium) with Stagonosporaconvolvuli strain LA39 in combination with competition from red clover (Trifolium pratense)

      BIOLOGICAL CONTROL
    33. Boerboom, CM
      Nonchemical options for delaying weed resistance to herbicides in midwest cropping systems

      WEED TECHNOLOGY
    34. Rosales-Robles, E; Chandler, JM; Senseman, SA; Prostko, EP
      Integrated johnsongrass (Sorghum halepense) management in field corn (Zea mays) with reduced rates of nicosulfuron and cultivation

      WEED TECHNOLOGY
    35. Pierce, GL; Warren, SL; Mikkelsen, RL; Linker, HM
      Effects of soil calcium and pH on seed germination and subsequent growth of large crabgrass (Digitaria sanguinalis)

      WEED TECHNOLOGY
    36. Morse, R
      Cultural weed management methods for high-residue/no-till production of transplanted broccoli (Brassica oleracea L Gp. Italica)

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE SIXTH SYMPOSIUM ON STAND ESTABLISHMENT AND ISHS SEED SYMPOISUM
    37. Ngouajio, M; Leroux, GD; Lemieux, C
      Influence of images recording height and crop growth stage on leaf cover estimates and their performance in yield prediction models

      CROP PROTECTION
    38. Gallagher, RS; Fernandes, ECM; McCallie, EL
      Weed management through short-term improved fallows in tropical agroecosystems

      AGROFORESTRY SYSTEMS
    39. Zhang, JH; Salas, ML; Jordan, NR; Weller, SC
      Biorational approaches to managing Datura stramonium

      WEED SCIENCE
    40. Shrestha, A; Roman, ES; Thomas, AG; Swanton, CJ
      Modeling germination and shoot-radicle elongation of Ambrosia artemisiifolia

      WEED SCIENCE
    41. Swanton, CJ; Shrestha, A; Roy, RC; Ball-Coelho, BR; Knezevic, SZ
      Effect of tillage systems, N, and cover crop on the composition of weed flora

      WEED SCIENCE
    42. Knezevic, SZ; Horak, MJ; Vanderlip, RL
      Estimates of physiological determinants for Amaranthus retroflexus

      WEED SCIENCE
    43. Ngouajio, M; Lemieux, C; Leroux, GD
      Prediction of corn (Zea mays) yield loss from early observations of the relative leaf area and the relative leaf cover of weeds

      WEED SCIENCE
    44. Johnson, WC; Mullinix, BG
      Cyperus esculentus interference in Cucumis sativus

      WEED SCIENCE
    45. Renner, KA; Swinton, SM; Kells, JJ
      Adaptation and evaluation of the WEEDSIM weed management model for Michigan

      WEED SCIENCE
    46. Roman, ES; Thomas, AG; Murphy, SD; Swanton, CJ
      Modeling germination and seedling elongation of common lambsquarters (Chenopodium album)

      WEED SCIENCE
    47. Cromar, HE; Murphy, SD; Swanton, CJ
      Influence of tillage and crop residue on postdispersal predation of weed seeds

      WEED SCIENCE
    48. Lindquist, JL; Mortensen, DA; Westra, P; Lambert, WJ; Bauman, TT; Fausey, JC; Kells, JJ; Langton, SJ; Harvey, RG; Bussler, BH; Banken, K; Clay, S; Forcella, F
      Stability of corn (Zea mays)-foxtail (Setaria spp.) interference relationships

      WEED SCIENCE
    49. Jacobs, JS; Sheley, RL
      Spotted knapweed, forb, and grass response to 2,4-D and N-fertilizer

      JOURNAL OF RANGE MANAGEMENT
    50. Blackshaw, RE; Muendel, HH; Saindon, G
      Canopy architecture, row spacing and plant density effects on yield of drybean (Phaseolus vulgaris) in the absence and presence of hairy nightshade (Solanum sarrachoides)

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF PLANT SCIENCE
    51. Swanton, CJ; Chandler, K; Shrestha, A
      Weed seed return as influenced by the critical weed-free period in corn (Zea mays L.)

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF PLANT SCIENCE
    52. BUHLER DD; NETZER DA; RIEMENSCHNEIDER DE; HARTZLER RG
      WEED MANAGEMENT IN SHORT-ROTATION POPLAR AND HERBACEOUS PERENNIAL CROPS GROWN FOR BIOFUEL PRODUCTION

      Biomass & bioenergy
    53. SHELEY RL; JACOBS JS; CARPINELLI MF
      DISTRIBUTION, BIOLOGY, AND MANAGEMENT OF DIFFUSE KNAPWEED (CENTAUREA-DIFFUSA) AND SPOTTED KNAPWEED (CENTAUREA-MACULOSA)

      Weed technology
    54. PITELLI RA; CHARUDATTAN R; DEVALERIO JT
      EFFECT OF ALTERNARIA-CASSIAE, PSEUDOCERCOSPORA NIGRICANS, AND SOYBEAN(GLYCINE-MAX) PLANTING DENSITY ON THE BIOLOGICAL-CONTROL OF SICKLEPOD(SENNA-OBTUSIFOLIA)

      Weed technology
    55. COWAN P; WEAVER SE; SWANTON CJ
      INTERFERENCE BETWEEN PIGWEED (AMARANTHUS SPP.), BARNYARDGRASS (ECHINOCHLOA-CRUS-GALLI), AND SOYBEAN (GLYCINE-MAX)

      Weed science
    56. DEEN W; HUNT T; SWANTON CJ
      INFLUENCE OF TEMPERATURE, PHOTOPERIOD, AND IRRADIANCE ON THE PHENOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT OF COMMON RAGWEED (AMBROSIA-ARTEMISIIFOLIA)

      Weed science
    57. LINDQUIST JL; MORTENSEN DA
      TOLERANCE AND VELVETLEAF (ABUTILON-THEOPHRASTI) SUPPRESSIVE ABILITY OF 2 OLD AND 2 MODERN CORN (ZEA-MAYS) HYBRIDS

      Weed science
    58. WILLE MJ; THILL DC; PRICE WJ
      WILD OAT (AVENA-FATUA) SEED PRODUCTION IN SPRING BARLEY (HORDEUM-VULGARE) IS AFFECTED BY THE INTERACTION OF WILD OAT DENSITY AND HERBICIDE RATE

      Weed science
    59. BUHLER DD
      EFFECT OF RIDGE TRUNCATION ON WEED POPULATIONS AND CONTROL IN RIDGE-TILLAGE CORN (ZEA-MAYS)

      Weed science
    60. Knezevic, SZ; Horak, MJ
      Influence of emergence time and density on redroot pigweed (Amaranthus retroflexus)

      WEED SCIENCE
    61. Neeser, C; Aguero, R; Swanton, CJ
      A mechanistic model of purple nutsedge (Cyperus rotundus) population dynamics

      WEED SCIENCE
    62. Johnson, WC; Mullinix, BG
      Stale seedbed weed control in cucumber

      WEED SCIENCE
    63. BUHLER DD; KOHLER KA; FOSTER MS
      SPRING SEEDED SMOTHER PLANTS FOR WEED-CONTROL IN CORN AND SOYBEAN

      Journal of soil and water conservation
    64. TEWARI AN; RATHI KS; SINGH B
      INTEGRATED WEED MANAGEMENT IN GARLIC (ALLIUM-SATIVUM)

      Indian Journal of Agricultural Sciences
    65. MAXWELL BD; SHELEY RL
      NOXIOUS WEED POPULATION-DYNAMICS EDUCATION MODEL

      Weed technology
    66. ORYOKOT JOE; HUNT LA; MURPHY S; SWANTON CJ
      SIMULATION OF PIGWEED (AMARANTHUS SPP.) SEEDLING EMERGENCE IN DIFFERENT TILLAGE SYSTEMS

      Weed science
    67. ORYOKOT JOE; MURPHY SD; THOMAS AG; SWANTON CJ
      TEMPERATURE-DEPENDENT AND MOISTURE-DEPENDENT MODELS OF SEED-GERMINATION AND SHOOT ELONGATION IN GREEN AND REDROOT PIGWEED (AMARANTHUS-POWELLII, A-RETROFLEXUS)

      Weed science
    68. KNEZEVIC SZ; HORAK MJ; VANDERLIP RL
      RELATIVE-TIME OF REDROOT PIGWEED (AMARANTHUS-RETROFLEXUS L) EMERGENCEIS CRITICAL IN PIGWEED-SORGHUM [SORGHUM-BICOLOR (L) MOENCH] COMPETITION

      Weed science
    69. BOSNIC AC; SWANTON CJ
      ECONOMIC DECISION RULES FOR POSTEMERGENCE HERBICIDE CONTROL OF BARNYARDGRASS (ECHINOCHLOA-CRUS-GALLI) IN CORN (ZEA-MAYS)

      Weed science
    70. CATON BP; FOIN TC; HILL JE
      MECHANISMS OF COMPETITION FOR LIGHT BETWEEN RICE (ORYZA-SATIVA) AND REDSTEM (AMMANNIA SPP)

      Weed science
    71. BOSNIC AC; SWANTON CJ
      INFLUENCE OF BARNYARDGRASS (ECHINOCHLOA-CRUS-GALLI) TIME OF EMERGENCEAND DENSITY ON CORN (ZEA-MAYS)

      Weed science
    72. GERHARDS R; WYSEPESTER DY; MORTENSEN D; JOHNSON GA
      CHARACTERIZING SPATIAL STABILITY OF WEED POPULATIONS USING INTERPOLATED MAPS

      Weed science
    73. BUHLER DD; KING RP; SWINTON SM; GUNSOLUS JL; FORCELLA F
      FIELD-EVALUATION OF A BIOECONOMIC MODEL FOR WEED MANAGEMENT IN SOYBEAN (GLYCINE-MAX)

      Weed science
    74. GILL GS; HOLMES JE
      EFFICACY OF CULTURAL-CONTROL METHODS FOR COMBATING HERBICIDE-RESISTANT LOLIUM-RIGIDUM

      Pesticide science
    75. SHELEY RL; JACOBS JS
      RESPONSE OF SPOTTED KNAPWEED AND GRASS TO PICLORAM AND FERTILIZER COMBINATIONS

      Journal of range management
    76. KREMER RJ; KENNEDY AC
      RHIZOBACTERIA AS BIOCONTROL AGENTS OF WEEDS

      Weed technology
    77. POPAY I; FIELD R
      GRAZING ANIMALS AS WEED-CONTROL AGENTS

      Weed technology
    78. MURPHY SD; YAKUBU Y; WEISE SF; SWANTON CJ
      EFFECT OF PLANTING PATTERNS AND INTER-ROW CULTIVATION ON COMPETITION BETWEEN CORN (ZEA-MAYS) AND LATE EMERGING WEEDS

      Weed science
    79. BUHLER DD; KING RP; SWINTON SM; GUNSOLUS JL; FORCELLA F
      FIELD-EVALUATION OF A BIOECONOMIC MODEL FOR WEED MANAGEMENT IN CORN (ZEA-MAYS)

      Weed science
    80. LINDQUIST JL; MORTENSEN DA; CLAY SA; SCHMENK R; KELLS JJ; HOWATT K; WESTRA P
      STABILITY OF CORN (ZEA-MAYS) VELVETLEAF (ABUTILON-THEOPHRASTI) INTERFERENCE RELATIONSHIPS

      Weed science
    81. BUHLER DD; GUNSOLUS JL
      EFFECT OF DATE OF PREPLANT TILLAGE AND PLANTING ON WEED POPULATIONS AND MECHANICAL WEED-CONTROL IN SOYBEAN (GLYCINE-MAX)

      Weed science
    82. YOUNG FL; OGG AG; THILL DC; YOUNG DL; PAPENDICK RI
      WEED MANAGEMENT FOR CROP PRODUCTION IN THE NORTHWEST WHEAT (TRITICUM-AESTIVUM) REGION

      Weed science
    83. LINDQUIST JL; KROPFF MJ
      APPLICATIONS OF AN ECOPHYSIOLOGICAL MODEL FOR IRRIGATED RICE (ORYZA-SATIVA) - ECHINOCHLOA COMPETITION

      Weed science
    84. DIELEMAN A; HAMILL AS; FOX GC; SWANTON CJ
      DECISION RULES FOR POSTEMERGENCE CONTROL OF PIGWEED (AMARANTHUS SPP) IN SOYBEAN (GLYCINE-MAX)

      Weed science
    85. DESSAINT F; BARRALIS G; CAIXINHAS ML; MAYOR JP; RECASENS J; ZANIN G
      PRECISION OF SOIL SEEDBANK SAMPLING - HOW MANY SOIL CORES

      Weed Research
    86. DERKSEN DA; BLACKSHAW RE; BOYETCHKO SM
      SUSTAINABILITY, CONSERVATION TILLAGE AND WEEDS IN CANADA

      Canadian Journal of Plant Science
    87. VANGESSEL MJ; SCHWEIZER EE; LYBECKER DW; WESTRA P
      COMPATIBILITY AND EFFICIENCY OF IN-ROW CULTIVATION FOR WEED MANAGEMENT IN CORN (ZEA-MAYS)

      Weed technology
    88. VANGESSEL MJ; WILES LJ; SCHWEIZER EE; WESTRA P
      WEED-CONTROL EFFICACY AND PINTO BEAN (PHASEOLUS-VULGARIS) TOLERANCE TO EARLY-SEASON MECHANICAL WEEDING

      Weed technology
    89. MESSERSMITH CG; ADKINS SW
      INTEGRATING WEED-FEEDING INSECTS AND HERBICIDES FOR WEED-CONTROL

      Weed technology
    90. DIELEMAN A; HAMILL AS; WEISE SF; SWANTON CJ
      EMPIRICAL-MODELS OF PIGWEED (AMARANTHUS SPP) INTERFERENCE IN SOYBEAN (GLYCINE-MAX)

      Weed science
    91. CHIKOYE D; WEISE SF; SWANTON CJ
      INFLUENCE OF COMMON RAGWEED (AMBROSIA-ARTEMISIIFOLIA) TIME OF EMERGENCE AND DENSITY ON WHITE BEAN (PHASEOLUS-VULGARIS)

      Weed science
    92. BLACKSHAW RE
      ROTATION AFFECTS DOWNY BROME (BROMUS-TECTORUM) IN WINTER-WHEAT (TRITICUM-AESTIVUM)

      Weed technology
    93. RABAEY TL; HARVEY RG
      EFFICACY OF CORN (ZEA-MAYS) HERBICIDES APPLIED AT REDUCED RATES IMPREGNATED IN DRY FERTILIZER

      Weed technology
    94. PEAT HC; BOWES GG
      MANAGEMENT OF FRINGED SAGEBRUSH (ARTEMISIA-FRIGIDA) IN SASKATCHEWAN

      Weed technology
    95. ANDERSON RL
      CHARACTERIZING WEED COMMUNITY SEEDLING EMERGENCE FOR A SEMIARID SITE IN COLORADO

      Weed technology
    96. ZIMDAHL RL
      WHO ARE YOU AND WHERE ARE YOU GOING

      Weed technology
    97. WYSE DL
      NEW TECHNOLOGIES AND APPROACHES FOR WEED MANAGEMENT IN SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE SYSTEMS

      Weed technology
    98. KNEZEVIC SZ; WEISE SF; SWANTON CJ
      INTERFERENCE OF REDROOT PIGWEED (AMARANTHUS-RETROFLEXUS) IN CORN (ZEA-MAYS)

      Weed science
    99. LOEPPKY HA; DERKSEN DA
      QUACKGRASS SUPPRESSION THROUGH CROP-ROTATION IN CONSERVATION TILLAGE SYSTEMS

      Canadian Journal of Plant Science
    100. KREMER RJ
      MANAGEMENT OF WEED SEED BANKS WITH MICROORGANISMS

      Ecological applications


ASDD Area Sistemi Dipartimentali e Documentali, Università di Bologna, Catalogo delle riviste ed altri periodici
Documento generato il 30/10/20 alle ore 07:13:54