Crop rotation effects on weed communities of soybean (Glycine max L. Merr.) agricultural fields of the Flat Inland Pampa
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Extensive grain crop production systems in the Flat inland Pampas mainly include soybean, double-crop wheat-soybean and maize in rotation. Due to difficult-to-control weed problems, farmers are tending to intensify the rotations in their fields by increasing the number of double crops or by including cover crops before the main crop. Land use intensification may be characterized using the intensification sequence index (ISI), which is the number of crops per year considering all crops sown in a particular period
CitationSatorre, E. [et al.]. Crop rotation effects on weed communities of soybean (Glycine max L. Merr.) agricultural fields of the Flat Inland Pampa. "Crop protection", 1 Abril 2020, núm. April.