Vallès. ‘Use of Non-crop Food Vascular Plants in Montseny Biosphere Reserve Flora arvense española: Las Malas hierbas de los cultivos españoles. Although E. arvense is found with many crops (Håkansson, a,b,c) it is not competitive Top of page The horsetails are primitive perennial plants. .. XIII Congreso de la Sociedad Española de Malherbología, La Laguna. Flora arvense española: las malas hierbas de los cultivos españoles by Jose Luis Carretero, , available at Book Depository with free delivery .
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Flora arvense espaola pdf
Thiaminase is an enzyme that splits the B vitamin thiamine rendering it inactive. August applications of glyphosate gave consistently better control compared with those earlier in the season, presumably because the increased floar of assimilates during the late summer to the regions of active growth rhizome apices, nodes, and tubers is also conducive to translocation Marshall, However, unfavorable conditions that do not decrease light may favour it.
Andersson TN; Lundegsrdh B, b. The fertile stems are unbranched, cm high, terminating in a cone which may be 2. Weeds in agricultural crops. A review of the control of Equisetum arvense L.
Flora arvense española : las malas hierbas de los cultivos españoles
Rhythm and dormancy periods in the vegetative and growth of some perennial weeds. Weed Science, 34 2: More information about modern web browsers can be found at http: It has also been used to rlora deep-seated lung damage such as that caused by tuberculosis or emphysema Ode, However, the species is very variable and differences in the numbers of branch teeth, the nature of branching and the habit florw been described Hauke, Growth and development of field horsetail Equisetum arvense L.
Atlas of North European vascular plants: Generate a print friendly version containing only the sections you need. Hay that contains E.
Kvist M; Hakonsson S, The fertile stem has large, easily separated joints, up to 8 mm thick. Nitrogen-fixing activities associated with rhizomes and roots of Equisetum species. Chemical Control There is no effective chemical control for E.
The assimilating capacity of the stem of E. Oekologi der AckerunkrSuter der Nordostschweiz.
Hay containing this weed may be more poisonous than fresh plants in the field. Bayerisches Landwirtschaftliches Jahrbuch, 65 2: University Press of Hawaii. Studies on the development in the vegetative shoot of Equisetum arvense.
Growth of field horsetail Equisetum arvense under low-light and low nitrogen conditions. Sterile shoots in autumn D with fertile shoot buds E which will appear the following spring. They are precocious and ephemeral. Life-forms, C3 and C4 photosynthesis and plant families in a global perspective. The sterile or vegetative stems are branched, cm high, with smaller joints.
It has fluted, prominently ridged stems mm and whorled branches which are flira regularly and abundantly branched, giving the plant the appearance of a Christmas tree.
Equisetum arvense (field horsetail)
Andersson TN; Lundegsrdh B, a. The tubers are formed as shortened swollen internodes consisting of starch-filled cells traversed by a few vascular bundles Korsmo, Bayerisches Landwirtschaftliches Jahrbuch, 62 1: Soil Biological Biochemistry, BeitrSge zur geobotanischen Landesaufnahme der Schweiz, Heft When several references are cited, they may give conflicting information on the status.
Rhizomes planted in March attain their maximum shoot growth in July, their maximum shoot height in August, their maximum shoot number in September and accumulate dry matter in the rhizomes until October.
Tuber size increases with depth Williams,contributing to the plant’s strong regenerative capacity.
A Geographic Atlas of World Weeds. Crop rotation and weed flora, with special reference to the nutrient and light demand of Equisetum arvense L. The use of selective foliage-applied herbicides Marshall, has no pronounced long-term effect on E. Distribution Top of page E. They emerge as achlorophyllous spore-producing stems cm the following spring. It contains up to about 7. Cody WJ; Wagner V, The hollow rhizomes facilitate the passage of air far down into the soil Uchino et al.
Swedish Journal of Agricultural Research,