Biomass shifts and suppresses weed populations under conservation agriculture
M.J. Mulvaney; C.W. Wood; A.J. Price
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Shifting tillage practices to Conservation Agriculture has numerous effects on both the soil and weed populations found in productive areas. The purpose of this research is to “quantify weed suppression of a summer cover crop and organic mulches under no-till collard (Brassica oleracea L.) production during conversion to CA” (authors). The authors examined weed populations, SOC, and collard yield over the course of three years.