NC1191: Weeds as Phytometers in a Changing Environment
Publications (Annual Report):
Wortman, S. E., A. S. Davis, B. J. Schutte, J. L. Lindquist, J. Cardina, J. Felix, C. L. Sprague, J. A. Dille, A.H.M. Ramirez, G. Reicks, and S. A. Clay. 2012. Local conditions, not regional gradients, drive demographic variation of Ambrosia trifida and Helianthus annuus across northern U.S. maize belt. Weed Science 60:440-450.
Ramirez, A. H. M., J. A. Dille, S. A. Clay, A. S. Davis, J. Felix, F. D. Menalled, R. G. Smith, C. L. Sprague, E. Hill. In review. Plant-soil feedback response of giant ragweed (Ambrosia trifida) and common sunflower (Helianthus annuus). Weed Science.
Davis, A. S., S. Clay, J. Cardina, A. Dille, F. Forcella, C. Sprague. In review. Overwinter burial environment explains departures from regional hydrothermal model of giant ragweed seedling emergence in U.S. Midwest. Weed Science.
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