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Cutleaf evening primrose and Palmer amaranth reduce growth of nonbearing pecan trees
Author(s): M. E. Wolf and M. W. Smith
Journal Link: http://hortsci.ashspublications.org/search.dtl
Article Topic(s): Competition
Research Setting(s): Agricultural
Species Referenced: Oenothera laciniata (Cutleaf evening-primrose),
AbstractExamines the effects of Oenothera laciniata on the growth of cultivated pecan. Oenothera laciniata suppressed tree growth compared to the control. The apparently strong competitive effect of O. laciniata may be a characteristic to consider when establishing this species.
Suggested CitationM. E. Wolf and M. W. Smith. "Cutleaf evening primrose and Palmer amaranth reduce growth of nonbearing pecan trees." Hortscience 34.6 (1999): 1082-1084.
Article LinksISSN: 0018-5345