GH Egley… - Weed Science, 1983 - JSTOR Seeds of 20 weed species buried at depths of 8, 23, and 38 cm in 1972 and 1973 were exhumed at regular intervals and tested for viability and germination. Burial depth had little to no significant influence on longevity. After 5.5 yr 48% of johnsongrass [Sorghum ... Cited by 88 - Related articles - Resources @ UT
J Lewis - Weed Research, 1973 - Wiley Online Library Summary. Results are presented of a 20-year investigation into survival of crop and weed seeds
in undisturbed soil. Indications are that seeds reveal their survival potential during the first 4
years; only rarely did species which persisted for this initial period lose all viability in the ... Cited by 101 - Related articles - Resources @ UT - All 2 versions
GWK Harmon - Agronomy Journal, 1934 - agronomy.org ... The Percentage and Viability ofWeedSeeds Recovered in the Feces of Farm Animals
and Their Longevity When Buried in Manure1. George W. Harmon and; FD Keim.
Abstract. There is no abstract available for this article. Please ... Cited by 65 - Related articles - Cached - Resources @ UT - All 2 versions
RD Comes, VF Bruns… - Weed Science, 1978 - JSTOR Seeds of 82 species of weed and crop plants were tested for germinability after dry storage or storage in fresh water for 3 to 60 months. Seeds of 24 species did not germinate after storage in water for 12 months or less; whereas some seeds of 27 species germinated ... Cited by 16 - Related articles - Resources @ UT - All 2 versions
KS Tørresen - Aspects of Applied Biology (United Kingdom), 1998 - agris.fao.org Record number, GB1997046302. Titles, Emergence and longevityofweedseeds in soil with
different tillage treatments. Personal Authors, Toerresen, KS (Norwegian Crop Research Institute,
Plant Protection Centre, Department of Herbology, Fellesbygget, N-1432 As (Norway)). ... Cited by 7 - Related articles - Cached - BL Direct
G Barralis, R Chadoeuf… - Weed Research, 1988 - csa.com Seventeen weed species were sown by hand in plots of monocultures of winter wheat or spring barley. The decline of the seed bank was followed over a 5-year period during which seed were prevented from shedding by chemical or mechanical control. The seed viability ... Cited by 8 - Related articles - Resources @ UT
[CITATION] A study of the longevity of weed seeds, using new methods.
Full-Text @ UTPK Jensen - Weed Research, 2009 - Wiley Online Library Persistence of seeds of the four winter annual grass species, Alopecurus myosuroides, Bromus
sterilis, Bromus hordeaceus and Vulpia myuros, were studied under field conditions. The studies
also included the two dicotyledon species, Tripleurospermum inodorum and Galium ... Related articles - All 3 versions