Björn Ringselle

Postdoktor som arbetar med ogräskontroll, främst kontroll av kvickrot (Elymus repens) genom mekanisk bekämpning och konkurrens från grödor


Doktor i växtodlingslära från Sveriges Lantbruksuniversitet (SLU): Disputerade i Maj 2016 med avhandlingen Resource efficient control of Elymus repens

Master i biologi-geologi från Stockholms Universitet: Presenterade masterarbete i Oktober 2010 med titeln How Does Past Grazing and Surrounding Landscape Affect
the Restoration Success of Deciduous Forests?

Publikationer i urval

1. Bergkvist G, Ringselle B, Magnuski E, Mangerud K & Brandsæter LO (2017). Control of Elymus repens by rhizome fragmentation and repeated mowing in a newly established white clover sward. Weed research. Available at

2. Ringselle B, Prieto-Ruiz I, Andersson L, Aronsson H & Bergkvist G (2017). Elymus repens biomass allocation and acquisition as affected by light and nutrient supply and companion crop competition. Annals of Botany 119, 477-485. Available at 

3. Ringselle B, Bergkvist G, Aronsson H & Andersson L (2016). Importance of timing and repetition of stubble cultivation for post-harvest control of Elymus repens. Weed Research 56, 41-49. Available at  

4. Aronsson H, Ringselle B, Andersson L & Bergkvist G (2015). Combining mechanical control of couch grass (Elymus repens L.) with reduced tillage in early autumn and cover crops to decrease nitrogen and phosphorus leaching. Nutrient cycling in agroecosystems 102, 383-396. Available at

5. Ringselle B, Bergkvist G, Aronsson H & Andersson L (2015). Under-sown cover crops and post-harvest mowing as measures to control Elymus repens. Weed Research 55, 309–319. Available at