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Control of dodder in alfalfa with DCPA

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G. H. McNeely
E. C. Hoffman
D. E. Bayer, University of California
C. L. Foy

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California Agriculture 20(3):14-16.

Published March 01, 1966

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Dodder causes sufficient agricultural losses to be considered a noxious weed in many states. Seed certification regulations help to restrict the spread of this prolific seed producer, but it is very difficult to clean out of many small-seeded crops. Once dodder has infested a seed production area, susceptible crops may be limited for several years since many species of dodder may infest more than one host.

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Control of dodder in alfalfa with DCPA

G. H. McNeely, E. C. Hoffman, D. E. Bayer, C. L. Foy
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Control of dodder in alfalfa with DCPA

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Authors

G. H. McNeely
E. C. Hoffman
D. E. Bayer, University of California
C. L. Foy

Publication Information

California Agriculture 20(3):14-16.

Published March 01, 1966

PDF  |  Citation  |  Permissions

Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Dodder causes sufficient agricultural losses to be considered a noxious weed in many states. Seed certification regulations help to restrict the spread of this prolific seed producer, but it is very difficult to clean out of many small-seeded crops. Once dodder has infested a seed production area, susceptible crops may be limited for several years since many species of dodder may infest more than one host.

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