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Growing Weeds in Nonaerated Nutrient Solution

  • Robert N. Andersen (a1) and Donald F. Ralston (a1)

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Velvetleaf, eastern black nightshade, wild mustard, common cocklebur, green foxtail, and yellow foxtail, grown for 4 weeks in nonaerated nutrient solution, developed satisfactorily compared to plants grown in soil. For experiments involving certain weed species grown in nutrient solution, aeration may be unnecessary.

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1. Andersen, R. N., and Gronwald, J. W. 1987. Noncytoplasmic in-heritance of atrazine tolerance in velvetleaf (Abutilon theophrasti) Weed Sci. 35:496498.
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Growing Weeds in Nonaerated Nutrient Solution

  • Robert N. Andersen (a1) and Donald F. Ralston (a1)

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