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Cotton/Weed Community Dynamics as a Function of Germination, Growth Parameters, and Temperature Responses. (84CO005)
Program UC IPM competitive research grants program
J.S. Holt, Botany and Plant Sciences, UC Riverside
Host/habitat Cotton
Pest Unspecified Weeds
Discipline Weed Science
Start year (duration)  1984 (Three Years)
Objectives Establish a predictive framework describing the relative competitive success of weeds based on germination and growth.

Determine the relationship of heat-units and accumulated solar radiation to the growth and relative competitive success of weeds.

Determine the consequences of field environmental conditions and management impacts on cotton and mixed weed populations.

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