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Weed Populations as Related to Certain Cultivated Crops in the Connecticut River Valley, Mass

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Weeds are plants that grow along with cultural plants, both groups making up a community. The prevalence of weed species becomes adjusted to cultural management practices and often, they are not able to survive without their cultivated counterpart. In this way, some weeds become more or less domesticated plants (e.g. Bromus secalinus L.).

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Weeds , Volume 2 , Issue 2 , April 1953 , pp. 125 - 134
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Copyright © 1953 Weed Science Society of America 

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