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A literature review of the biology and ecology of the rhizomatous and stoloniferous grass weeds in the UK


, : A literature review of the biology and ecology of the rhizomatous and stoloniferous grass weeds in the UK. [Proceedings of the] Conference on Grass Weeds in Cereals in the United Kingdom, Reading, 1981: 65-76

The authors review the literature from 1973 to 1980 on the main perennial grass weeds in cereals, namely Agropyron repens, Agrostis gigantea, Agrostis stolonifera, Poa trivialis and Holcus mollis. The major part of the literature refers to A. repens and comparatively little information is available on the other species.

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