publication . Article . 2016

weed control with cover crops in irrigated potatoes

G.H. Mehring; J.E. Stenger; H.M. Hatterman-Valenti;
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  • Published: 05 Jan 2016 Journal: Agronomy, volume 6, page 3 (eissn: 2073-4395, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: MDPI AG
Abstract
Field experiments at Oakes, ND, USA in 2010 and Carrington, ND, USA in 2011 were conducted to evaluate the potential for cover crops grown in the Northern Great Plains, USA in order to reduce weed emergence and density in irrigated potatoes. Treatments included five cover crop treatments and three cover crop termination treatments. Termination of cover crops was done with glyphosate, disk-till, and roto-till. Cover crop biomass accumulation was greatest for rye/canola and triticale at Oakes, and hairy vetch and hairy vetch/rye at Carrington. Cover crop and termination affected weed control 14, 29, and 51 days after planting (DAP) at Oakes. Weed control at Carrin...
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free text keywords: Triticale, Biomass, Horticulture, Weed, Canola, food.ingredient, food, Sowing, Weed control, Biology, Glyphosate, chemistry.chemical_compound, chemistry, Agronomy, Cover crop, cover crops, weed suppression, potato production, Agriculture, S
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publication . Article . 2016

weed control with cover crops in irrigated potatoes

G.H. Mehring; J.E. Stenger; H.M. Hatterman-Valenti;