The potential of allelopathy
as a tool for weed management in crop fields.
Herbivore exclusion drives the evolution of plant competitiveness via increased allelopathy
can provide different methods of integrated weed control and new generations of phytotoxins.
Research progress on the use of plant allelopathy
in agriculture and the physiological and ecological mechanisms of allelopathy
Weeds are one of the chief biotic menaces which interfere with cotton field through competition and allelopathy
and eventually cause significant reduction in crop produce .
of buckwheat: assessment of allelopathic potential of extract of aerial parts of buckwheat and identification of fagomine and other related alkaloids as "allelochemicals.
Various practices such as cover crops, crop rotations, mulching and the mix application of the allelochemicals with the herbicides can be used as effective tools in controlling weeds through Allelopathy
for weed control in agricultural systems.
This stimulus has been extensively studied in allelopathy
The associated suppression of plant growth at the base of trees is more likely due to allelopathy
than water shortage given the amount of water delivered to the base of trees via stemflow.
Bezuidenhout SR and MD Laing Allelopathy
and its influences in soil systems.
The work of students in her laboratory led to important discoveries about allelopathy
, the release of chemicals by one plant that affects another; the identification of a plant new to science, the Fame Flower (Talium calcaricum); the discovery of a once-thought extinct species, the Tennessee Coneflower (Echinacea tennesseensis), and numerous life history studies on glade endemics.