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Wild oat competition in short-statured wheat


David W. Cudney
Lowell S. Jordan
Warren E. Bendixen
Jodie Holt
A. E. Hall
Chris J. Corbett
John S. Reints

Authors Affiliations

David W. Cudney is Extension Weed Scientist, UC Riverside; Lowell S. Jordan is Professor of Horticulture and Plant Physiology, UC Riverside; Warren E. Bendixen is Cooperative Extension Farm Advisor, Santa Barbara County; Jodie Holt is Associate Professor of Plant Physiology, UC Riverside; A. E. Hall is Professor of Plant Physiology, UC Riverside; Chris J. Corbett is Staff Research Associate, Plant Pathology, UC Riverside; John S. Reints is Staff Research Associate, Botany and Plant Science, UC Riverside.

Publication Information

Hilgardia 45(1):22-23. DOI:10.3733/ca.v045n01p22. January 1991.

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Wild oat and wheat were synchronized in their development and were shown to be equally competitive in southern California studies. Competition effects of wild oat were most evident in wheat after the stem elongation stage.

Cudney D, Jordan L, Bendixen W, Holt J, Hall A, Corbett C, Reints J. 1991. Wild oat competition in short-statured wheat. Hilgardia 45(1):22-23. DOI:10.3733/ca.v045n01p22
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