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2018 journal article
Effect of Soybean Maturity, Crimson Clover Seeding Method, and Seeding Rate on Clover Biomass and Nitrogen Content
AGRONOMY JOURNAL, 110(5), 1829–1835.
By: R. Vann, S. Reberg-Horton, C. Crozier & G. Place
2012 journal article
Utilizing cover crop mulches to reduce tillage in organic systems in the southeastern USA
Renewable Agriculture and Food Systems, 27(1), 41–48.
By: S. Reberg-Horton, J. Grossman, T. Kornecki, A. Meijer, A. Price, G. Place, T. Webster
2011 journal article
Effects of soybean seed size on weed competition
Agronomy Journal, 103(1), 175–181.
By: G. Place, S. Reberg-Horton, T. Carter & A. Smith
Identifying soybean traits of interest for weed competition
Crop Science, 51(6), 2642–2654.
By: G. Place, S. Reberg-Horton, D. Dickey & T. Carter
Rolled rye mulch for weed suppression in organic no-tillage soybeans
Weed Science, 59(2), 224–231.
By: A. Smith, C. Reberg-Horton, G. Place, A. Meijer, C. Arellano & J. Mueller
Screening tactics for identifying competitive soybean genotypes
Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis, 42(21), 2654–2665.
By: G. Place, S. Reberg-Horton, T. Carter, S. Brinton & A. Smith
2010 journal article
Interaction of cultivar, planting pattern, and weed management tactics in peanut
Weed Science, 58(4), 442–448.
By: G. Place, S. Reberg-Horton & D. Jordan
2009 journal article
Effects of preplant and postplant rotary hoe use on weed control, soybean pod position, and soybean yield
Weed Science, 57(3), 290–295.
By: G. Place, S. Reberg-Horton & M. Burton
Seeding rate effects on weed control and yield for organic soybean production
Weed Technology, 23(4), 497–502.
By: G. Place, S. Reberg-Horton, J. Dunphy & A. Smith
2008 journal article
Root penetration through a high bulk density soil layer: differential response of a crop and weed species
Plant and Soil, 307(1-2), 179–190.
By: G. Place, D. Bowman, M. Burton & T. Rufty
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