2016
DOI: 10.1590/s0100-83582016340200006
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Abstract: -E. indica is one of the most problematic weeds in the world because it is present in almost every continent, and there are reports of multiple resistance to herbicides by some biotypes. The objective of this paper was to analyze the growth, the development and the production of this plant's seeds, in order to generate information about its biology that can be useful for management. The experiment was carried out in a greenhouse from May to September 2015. Sixteen samples were taken during the development cycl… Show more

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“…Its intrinsic characteristics, such as photosynthetic C4, rapid growth and high seed production, which can germinate under a large range of soil conditions in terms of salinity, pH, compaction and temperature, make this species extremely competitive (Ismail et al, 2002;Chauhan and Johnson, 2008;Takano et al, 2016a). Goosegrass thrives mainly on roadsides and machinery tracks, due to the compaction of the soil in these places and the absence of other plants around it (Arrieta et al, 2009).…”
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“…Its intrinsic characteristics, such as photosynthetic C4, rapid growth and high seed production, which can germinate under a large range of soil conditions in terms of salinity, pH, compaction and temperature, make this species extremely competitive (Ismail et al, 2002;Chauhan and Johnson, 2008;Takano et al, 2016a). Goosegrass thrives mainly on roadsides and machinery tracks, due to the compaction of the soil in these places and the absence of other plants around it (Arrieta et al, 2009).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…As for this species, the time between emergence and the beginning of tillering is only nine days, which means a short time to perform the application at the appropriate stage (Takano et al, 2016a). There is an interesting hypothesis to explain the lower efficacy of herbicides on goosegrass in advanced stages.…”
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“…It presents a fast growth, autogamy, C4 cycle and high seed production (over 120,000 plant -1), which are spread by the wind (Kissmann and Groth, 1997;Mueller et al, 2011;Takano et al, 2016. ).…”
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confidence: 99%
“…One of the goosegrass characteristics is its rapid tillering capacity, as the stadium of 2-3 tillers and 5-6 tillers can be reached at nine and twenty-four days after its emergence (DAE) respectively (Takano et al, 2016). The rapid growth of this species suggests that, for operational reasons, applications in the field cannot always be carried out in suitable stadium for its control.…”
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“…Em solos de baixa fertilidade ou compactados apresenta vantagem sobre muitas outras espécies, sobressaindo seu poder de competição (Kissmann e Groth, 1997). Cada planta é capaz de produzir mais de 120 mil sementes (Takano et al, 2016).…”
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