Weed Biology and Weed Control
Weed biology is an integrated science with the aim of minimising the negative effects of weeds and of exploiting and promoting positive characteristics in the agroecosystem. It includes the biology and ecology of individual weed species and weed communities.
Zero point five tillage - systems with row hoeing, band sowing, band spraying and subsidiary crops
Modelling of annual weeds: Population growth dynamics and competition with black-grass in focus
Sustainable control of grass weeds – particularly blackgrass
Common Ragweed: Will genetic diversity in photoperiod requirement enable weedy short-day plants to establish or extend their damage niche at northern latitudes?
PRODIVA – Crop diversification and weeds, CoreOrganic Plus
Grategrass: Integrated weed management to increase yield and profitability in forage production
Optimal placement of pelleted organic fertilizer
New applications for the weed mower – mowing of Cirsium arvense and Tripleurospermum inodorum in winter wheat and leys for seed production
Integrated weed control of annual weeds in winter oilseed rape
Electrical Weed Destroyer (EWD) - new technology for mechanical weed control
Contact: Lars Andersson