Project ID

1996-34

Abstract

Soil erosion and pesticide use are critical issues in sustainable agriculture. With a view to decreasing the amount of pesticides used for weed control, researchers assessed the impact of tillage, cropping systems and weed management regimes on seasonal and long-term weed and weed seedbank population dynamics, especially in Conservation Reserve Program land being returned to production.

Principal Investigator(s)

M. D. K. Owen

Co-Investigator(s)

J. Felix, R. Hartzler, T. Loynachan, L. Tiffany, T. Moorman

Year of Grant Completion

1999

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