A monic acid derivative: evaluation as a cereal herbicide. They are fairly active fliers in the springâa habit that seems to diminish later in the season. Catalogue of introduced and cultivated plants in New Caledonia. Agrokhimiya. Flora of New Zealand, Volume IV: Naturalised pteridophytes, gymnosperms, dicotyledons. Falcon LMF de; Bedendo ED; Farias G, 1991. Roczniki Nauk Rolniczych. The genus Fallopia is often included in a broader concept of Polygonum but is distinguished by a syndrome of anatomical and morphological characters (Decraene et al., 2000). 38 (4), 387-395. SÃ®rbu M; Slonovschi V, 1989. Flora of China. Broadleaf weed control and rotational crop response with clopyralid. 26 (4), 251-257. Neururer H, 1990. Environmental RequirementsF. USDA-ARS, 2015. Roczniki Nauk Rolniczych. Results of an experimental use program in the northwest for Assert (AC 222, 93) in small grains. Proceedings of the Western Society of Weed Science., Vol.39:33-34. Broadleaf weed control and rotational crop response with clopyralid. 27 (3), 79-82. Proceedings of the 12th Argentine meeting on weeds and their control. The ranks are scaled from 0 to 100, with 0 representing a plant that poses no threat to native ecosystems and 100 representing a plant that poses a major threat to native Wurzelatlas mitteleuropSischer AckerunkrSuter und Kulturpflanzen. On the joint action of herbicides. Polygonaceae is a well-defined family of flowering plants including around 59 genera and 1580 species (the Plant List, 2013). Controlling weeds resistant to 2,4-D in Russian cereal crops. SYS-Reporter. (1993) concluded that no-tillage cultivation or reduced tillage resulted in increasing densities of F. convolvulus in comparison to conventional tillage, whereas Hoffman-Kakol et al. Changes in the number of weed seeds in irrigated soil under two management systems. Various authorities have estimated a global yield loss due to weeds to be about 10%. The composition of crop and weed seeds in archeological remains of the ancient town of Osh Pando near the village of Sainino in the Mordovian ASSR (VI - IX centuries A.D.). 197-199. Bindweed, also known as Wild Morning Glory, is a perennial vine that can be tough to remove. Canberra, Australia: Australian Government Publishing Service. Sgattoni P; Villani P; Ticchiati V; Arosio F; Mallegni C, 1990. Black-bindweed is one of three common vining species in the Fallopia genus in Minnesota and the only non-native of the three. Influence of egg depth in host plants on parasitism of Scolypopa australis (Homoptera: Ricaniidae) by Centrodora scolypopp (Hymenoptera: Aphelinidae). Compendium record. The problem of weed infestation in the Pleven district. Seeds can be dispersed by farm machinery and water over short distances. Ecological Applications, 7(3):864-881; 52 ref. Proceedings of the Western Society of Weed Science, 39:158-159. http://www.europe-aliens.org/. Fallopia convolvulus (black bindweed); leaf. Weed resistance to chlorsulfuron and atrazine from the north-east grain region of Australia. https://plants.sc.egov.usda.gov. Herba Hungarica, 17(1):65-81. Usefulness of some treatments with different herbicides in mono- and dicotyledonous weed control in oilseed flax crops. Herbicide application depending on the intensity of weed occurrence in wheat. charlock in oilseed rape or fat hen in sugar beet. Seedlings emerge throughout the growing season. Kazantseva A S, Tuganaev V V, 1972. Australian Journal of Experimental Agriculture, 34(2):229-236. Wagner W L, Herbst D R, Sohmer S H, 1999. Canadian Journal of Plant Science. DAISIE, 2015. Spatial pattern analysis of weed seeds in the cultivated soil seed bank. Mongolia. Its habitat preferences are described, and its importance as a weed in Italy is discussed in relation to its high seed production capacity and long seed viability. Zashchita Rastenii, Moscow, 7:22-23. > 0Â°C, dry winters), Continental climate, wet all year (Warm average temp. Longevity of seeds in the soil is of great interest to basic and applied biologists and to agriculturalists, and the subject has been reviewed periodically (e.g., Brenchley, 1918; Major and Pyott, 1966; Roberts, 1981; Toole, 1986; Milberg, 1990; Bakker et al., 1996b; Yu et al., 2003). Further details may be available for individual references in the Distribution Table Details section which can be selected by going to Generate Report. http://www.npwrc.usgs.gov/resource/plants/explant/index.htm. Conn J S, Deck R E, 1995. However, Zwerger (1990) could only find a positive effect of nitrogen fertilization on seed production at low densities of this weed. The expanded cotyledons generally assume a 120° angle, rather than being opposite, at the point of which the primary leaf appears. Hume L; Martinez J; Best K, 1983. H.J.S. GDD = Growth Degree Days = sum of daily mean temperatures above 0 from the date the oat was sown. Seeds from Pisum sativum plants grown in nutrient cultures low (5Â ppm) in magnesium germinated more slowly and to lower percentages than those from plants grown in cultures high (50Â ppm) in magnesium (Peterson and Berger, 1950). John L. Capinera, in Handbook of Vegetable Pests, 2001. Response of some winter wheat cultivars to herbicides. Technical Report, Agricultural Research Council, Weed Research Organization, 20. Italy. Useful observations were provided by Burgess (1977) and Wylie (1979). Adkins SW; Sowerby MS, 1996. Nielsen HJ; Pinnerup SP, 1982. Zastita Bilja, 38(4):387-395, Drazic D; Glusac D, 1991. The weed seed was then resown with the cereal seed. Potential weed infestation in the south-west part of Bulgaria. Two further Fallopia species which could be confused with F. convolvulus in Canada (Hume et al. > 0Â°C, dry summers, Cw - Warm temperate climate with dry winter, Warm temperate climate with dry winter (Warm average temp. Kutschera L, 1960. Fontana SA, 1980. 2:725-730; 4 ref. (RÃ©partition des principale adventices du domaine ocÃ©anique du Maroc occidental.). I. Weed species, their relative abundance and their effect on crop yields. Paatela J; ErviÃ¶ L, 1971. Application of bentazone-containing herbicides to barley and perennial herbage species. New Zealand Entomologist, 12:30-34. HochÃ³Å T, 1990. At this level the weeds are probably interfering with each others growth as much as with crop growth. SP-Rapport Statens Planteavlsforsog, 7:139-148. In dry years, however, seeds from wheat plants grown at increased nitrogen levels had the same or lower germination rates and percentages as those from nontreated plants (Fox and Albrecht, 1957). In: Proceedings of the Western Society of Weed Science. Chloroplastic resistance of weeds to triazines in the Netherlands until 1988. Thomas AG; Donaghy DI, 1991. Lenina, 29-34. Uppsala, Sweden: Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, 33:163-170. Weed control in sugarbeet with triflusulfuron-methyl based programmes: the Hungarian experience. 29-34. Different results have been published regarding the effects of tillage techniques as a means for weed control. Miller SD; Alley HP, 1985. Wageningen, Netherlands: EWRS, 137-144. A geographic atlas of world weeds. In: Proceedings of the Brighton Crop Protection Conference, Weeds. Mitteilungen aus der Biologischen Bundesanstalt fÃ¼r Land- und Forstwirtschaft, Berlin-Dahlem, 232:350-351. It measures 1.5â2.5 mm long, with the males consistently smaller than females. It is freely branched from the base, smooth to slightly rough, greenish, sometimes with a reddish tinge, trailing on the ground or twining around other plants. In: Proceedings of the Western Society of Weed Science. A monic acid derivative: evaluation as a cereal herbicide. In China, F. convolvulus is found in thickets in valleys and along stream banks, at 100-3600 m (Flora of China Editorial Committee, 2015). According to Rajczyova (1978), monocultures of winter wheat and spring barley lead to an increase in F. convolvulus incidence.Biological ControlAdkins and Sowerby (1996) revealed that the weed Parthenium hysterophorus has allelopathic potential against P. covolvulus. Pflanzenschutz (Wien), 5:6-7. The upper leaf surface is dull dark green; the lower leaf surface is light green, with a distinct central nerve. Samples from topsoils buried by 1â3Â m of volcanic deposits from Mount Usu in northern Japan for 10Â yr contained viable seeds of 25 species. Conners IL, 1967. Roberts H A, Chancellor R J, 1986. Farnham, UK: British Crop Protection Council, 2:669-676. Andersson L, 1994. Applicability of herbicides in onions and their effect on yield level. The Hague, Netherlands: Dr. W. Junk Publishers, 339-343. In: Proceedings, North Central Weed Control Conference. Allelopathic potential of the weed, Parthenium hysterophorus L., in Australia. Yield response due to weed management (%) is the difference between weedy and weed-free plots expressed as a per cent of weedy plots. Some weed hosts of the northern root knot nematode, Meloidogyne hapla Chitwood, 1949, in Ontario. Competition between wheat and wild buckwheat. Pl. BujÃn M; Castelao AM; Sainz MJ, 1995. Stock semencier et maÃ®trise de la flore adventice.). Â©Prof Matt Lavin-2009/Bozeman, Montana, USA - CC BY-SA 2.0. Fallopia Adanson, Fam. ; lambsquarters, Chenopodium album; nettle, Urtica sp. ], Farnham, UK: British Crop Protection Council. In: Biology and ecology of weeds [Holzner, W. and Numata, M. (Editors)], The Hague, Netherlands: Dr. W. Junk. Bogdan AV, 1965. Soil & Tillage Research, 33(1):65-79. Journal of Science, 4:144-148. http://www.journalofscience.net/File_Folder/144-148.pdf. Canadian Journal of Botany, 35:779-789. Probleme de Agrofitotehnie Teoretica si Aplicata, 5(4):395-411; 6 ref. Comparison of the efficacy and selectivity of chemical treatments to control Polygonum convolvulus in wheat. It is not common in the humid tropics, and in warm areas, it is more often found at high altitudes or in cooler valleys (Holm et al., 1991). Canada. Soil samples were taken from sites of different ages (since time of abandonment of the cultivated fields). They normally germinate at depths in the soil between 6 and 51 mm, although research has shown that seeds buried as deep as 19 cm can germinate (Forsberg and Best 1964). (1984) and Dessaint et al. Forcella F; Wilson RG; Dekker J; Kremer RJ; Cardina J; Anderson RL; Alm D; Renner KA; Harvey RG; Clay S; Buhler DD, 1997. Holub J, 1970. Polygonum lapathifolium; pale willow weed), Tetradymia canescens (spineless horsebrush). One or more of the features that are needed to show you the maps functionality are not available in the web browser that you are using. ], 395. Cercetari Agronomice Ã®n Moldova, 22(4):51-55; 5 ref. Weed Science, 43(4):583-585; 10 ref. Table 1. [ed. Fragmenta Herbologica Jugoslavica, 16(1-2):203-208. Eggers T, 1979. Melo E, 2015. ], [ed. New York, Chichester (), Brisbane, Toronto, UK: John Wiley and Sons. Scott R C, Peeper T F, 1994. Honolulu, Hawaii, USA: University Press of Hawaii. Himme M van; Stryckers J; Bulcke R, 1983. Thifensulfuron methyl with metsulfuron methyl - a new sulfonylurea herbicide for broad-leaved weed control in winter cereals in New South Wales and Queensland. Journal of Agricultural Science in Finland, 62(4):331-337. Since Professor Ohga germinated all the fruits, none was left for radiocarbon dating. 2:695-700; 5 ref. Some seeds of each species may have been present in the soil when the study was initiated. Fain D M, Peeper T F, Greer H A, 1980. Weeds and weed control. Proceedings of an international conference, Brighton, UK, 20-23 November 1995. Agrochemia, 27(3):79-82, The Plant List, 2013. subalatum (Lej. I. Skutecznosc chwastobojcza herbicydu. Cultural Control Brendler F, 1995. year after abandonment remain in the soil? Polyploidy in Canadian weeds. Ochrona Roslin, 38(5):18-20. Germplasm Resources Information Network (GRIN). By climbing up the crop, F. convolvulus causes lodging in grain crops (Neururer, 1961; Hume et al., 1983), and can cause harvesting problems when its vines wrap around moving parts of machinery (Forsberg and Best, 1964; Fabricius and Nalewaja, 1968). Flora of China Editorial Committee, 2015. 725-730. Maharajan M; Rajendran A, 2014. Application of herbicides to winter wheat. Thifensulfuron methyl with metsulfuron methyl - a new sulfonylurea herbicide for broad-leaved weed control in winter cereals in New South Wales and Queensland. black bindweed. Dahl GK; Busse SR; McNeil WK, 1986. Seeds of the nonnative Rumex obtusifolius were the most common (1/3 of the seeds) followed by the natives Juncus effusus var. Stryckers, J.; Himme, M. van: Review of the results obtained for the cropping year 1972-73 by the Centrum voor Onkruidonderzoek. (Il diserbo del frumento.). Plant Physiology, 80(4):834-837; 17 ref. They are four times longer than wide, with obtuse points. http://floraseries.landcareresearch.co.nz/pages/Book.aspx?fileName=Flora%204.xml. Kang BH; Kwon YW; Lee HK, 1996. are common in winter wheat, while the most frequently occurring weeds in spring wheat are C. album, C. arvense, Convolvulus arvensis, Descurainia sophia, F. convolvulus, and Sonchus arvensis, and the grasses A. fatua and S. viridis (Kraehmer, 2016). Proceedings, North Central Weed Control Conference St. Louis, Missouri, USA, 40:17. Schultz G E, Tichota J M, 1981. In: Holzner W, Numata M, eds. The weediness of cereals. Fuchs H; Voit B, 1992. Nematodes. The occurrence of weed seeds in samples tested by the Official Seed Testing Station 1960-1961. American Midland Naturalist. Fallopia convolvulus (L.) A.LÃ¶ve. Symposium on integrated weed management in cereals. [Proceedings of the Western Society of Weed Science. Mill.) There was a significant positive correlation between depth of burial and percentage of Alopecurus aequalis, Poa annua, Rumex obtusifolius and Viola grypoceras seeds that were viable (Tsuyuzaki, 1991). The host-plants and larval cases of Coleophora therinella and C. peribenanderi (Lepidoptera: Coleophoridae). PÃ¶tsch J, 1987. Germination times for some common weed species. Informatore Fitopatologico, 40(7/8):39-43. Skorda E A, Adamidis T, Efthimiadis P G, 1995. Labza T; Stupnicka-Rodzynkiewicz E; Hochol T; Lepiarczyk A, 1990. (Karadeniz bolgesi ayciceklerinde zararli yabanci otlara karsi ilac denemesi.). 191-204. http://www.efloras.org/flora_page.aspx?flora_id=2. Proceedings of the Western Society of Weed Science, 32:74. The larvae eventually attain a length of about 5 mm, and require about 35 days to complete development of the stage. In Asia, its geographical distribution ranges from Japan to Iran, down to India and into Indonesia. Great care was taken to avoid contamination by wind-blown seeds, but there is no way to be absolutely sure that soil-dwelling animals such as earthworms had not moved recently matured seeds into areas that were sampled. F. convolvulus is a weedy species of gardens, cultivated fields, open habitats, orchards, non-crop areas, waste areas, and disturbed sites. Entomologische Berichten, 52(4):47-49, Zubkov AF, 1987. Moreover, grass species like Bromus spp. However, the larva shortens and thickens, remaining immobile for about two weeks before pupation. California county polygons can be turned off and on in the layer control box. Iran. The Weed Flora of Iowa. Fallopia dumetorum. The seed production and shedding pattern of Fallopia convolvulus, Sinapis arvensis, Spergula arvensis and Stellaria media, were assessed in … Boulet C, Hammoumi M, 1984. Kudsk P; Mathiassen SK; Noye G, 1997. BrSutigam H, 1995. Similarly, the most frequent grass weeds found in African wheat fields include Avena spp. For example, some seeds of Aethusa cynapium, Amaranthus retroflexus, Capsella bursa-pastoris, Chenopodium album, Euphorbia exigua, Fallopia convolvulus, Kickxia spuria, Papaver rhoeas, Polygonum persicaria, Sinapis arvensis and Viola arvensis were alive after 5Â yr in the soil (Barralis et al., 1988). According to Karczmarczyk et al. Some weed species are able to produce thousands of seeds per plant. Herbicide development designed for cost effective weed control. In: Technical Report, Agricultural Research Council, Weed Research Organization, 26 pp. Canadian Journal of Botany, 40:543-548. Basionym: Polygonum convolvulus Linnaeus 1753. are the most important broadleaved weeds in these areas (Kraehmer, 2016). Aleksinas A P, 1984. and Lolium spp. According to Kraehmer (2016), Setaria viridis, Avena fatua, and Elytrigia repens were the most prevalent grass weeds in spring wheat in North America. Holm LG; Plucknett DL; Pancho JV; Herberger JP, 1977. saccharifera (sugarbeet), Debris and waste associated with human activities, http://botany.si.edu/Antilles/WestIndies/catalog.htm, http://www.fao.org/agriculture/crops/thematic-sitemap/theme/biodiversity/weeds/listweeds/pol-con/en/, http://www.efloras.org/flora_page.aspx?flora_id=2, http://www.efloras.org/flora_page.aspx?flora_id=5, Jordan MJ; Nadelhoffer KJ; Fry B, 1997. ; flixweed, Descurainia sophia; pepperweed, Lepidium spp. Fallopia convolvulus 2018 Fallopia convolvulus 2019 GDD 1418 1555 1708 1816 1937 2056 Figure 3. Seed bank and weed control. © Copyright 2020 CAB International. SchwSr CH; Feyerabend G; Golz H, 1970. Fleck N G, Mengarda I P, Pinto J J O, 1989. DOI:10.2307/2404990. Low percentages of impermeable seeds were produced by Vicia faba plants fertilized with potassium and ammonium sulphate. American Journal of Botany, 22:815-825. Dal Bello GM; Carranza MR, 1995. Phenmedipham and triallate in spinach grown for seed. Down to Earth. Dessaint F, Chadoeuf R, Barralis G, 1991. In studies of old-field succession, attention has been given to the age of the site when seeds of weedy species of arable land were no longer found. Dahl G K, Busse S R, McNeil W K, 1986. unpaginated. 29. In: Import and export of agricultural products and plant quarantine. Viability of seeds from plants of Avena fatua receiving 0, 0.8 and 2.4Â g of manganese sulfate per pot (each pot held 2Â kg of soil) was 28, 44 and 67%, respectively, percentage of dormant seeds was 18, 39 and 64%, respectively, and dormant seeds as a percent of viable seeds was 64, 89 and 96%, respectively (Thurston, 1951). Petunova AA, 1995. Observations on weed control in no-tillage crop production at Gunnedah research centre. Stuttgart, Germany: Ulmer. Some ecological studies on Mamestra brassicae L. (Lepidoptera Noctuidae). Seeds from plants of Fallopia convolvulus grown under elevated levels of copper required shorter periods of cold stratification for dormancy break to occur than those from control … Plants of Chenopodium album watered with high or low levels of nutrients were larger under high than under low levels of nutrients. Seeds from plants grown at 4Â ppt germinated to higher percentages and rates than those from plants grown at 0 or 2Â ppt, and those from plants grown at 2Â ppt germinated better than those from plants grown at 0Â ppt (Van Zandt and Mopper, 2004). ], Suwon, Korea: Seoul National University, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. Friesen and Shebeski (1960) showed that 56 and 210 plants per m² can reduce wheat yields by 15 and 25%, respectively. Detailed coverage of invasive species threatening livelihoods and the environment worldwide. Canadian Journal of Plant Science, 73(2):625-635; 18 ref. Usefulness of some treatments with different herbicides in mono- and dicotyledonous weed control in oilseed flax crops. Weed Research, 37(5):343-349. Honolulu, Hawaii, USA: University Press of Hawaii. Polygonum L. em. Increased calcium decreased germination of Trifolium subterraneum seeds, while increased potassium increased germination (James and Bancroft, 1951); however, decreased calcium decreased seed germination of Glycine max (Burton et al., 2000). According to Holm et al. 1:277-284; 21 ref. Sawicka B, Skalski J, 1996. Imazamethabenz: results of 1986 field trials. Weed diseases in La Plata area II. New South Wales Flora Online. Lauer E, 1953. LongevityF. Nielsen and Pinnerup (1982) also reported a decline in F. convolvulus populations caused by reduced cultivation in spring barley. Leaf petioles are eaten occasionally. Economic losses caused by weed competition in Manitoba grain fields. Impact of weed competition on potato production. Resistant Pest Management. USDA-ARS, 1999. Goodney T, 1947. Agricultural Science in Finland, 3(5):497-504. The role of weed hosts and the distribution and activity of vector nematodes in the ecology of tobacco rattle virus. (2013) reported Calystegia hederacea as the most widespread weed in Northern China Plain. However, two of the L. arcticus seeds and the lemming skull have now been dated using AMS radiocarbon dating (Zazula et al., 2009). I. Skutecznosc chwastobojcza herbicydu. The majority of the studies dealt with weed management but also studies addressing weed ecology or wheat-weed competition were included. IV. 100 wichtige AckerunkrSuter. Fallopia convolvulus (L.) Holub., black bindweed (code: POLCO or FALCO). Bain O G, Johnson J L, 1986. Data source for updated system data added to species habitat list. In: Biology and ecology of weeds [Holzner, W. and Numata, M. (Editors)], The Hague, Netherlands: Dr. W. Junk. Proceedings, 12th Asian-Pacific Weed Science Society Conference Taipei, Taiwan: Asian-Pacific Weed Science Society, 1:67-72. In: Proceedings, Soil Science and Strategy for Sustainable Agriculture Conference, Sofia, Bulgaria. The germination of Polygonum convolvulus L. New Phytology, 65:423-428. Morphology and biology. Determination of the critical period of weed competition in sunflowers. Some weeds such as speedwell compete early in the growing season and then die back before harvest. Bryan IB; Rice MJ; Bartley MR; Jutsum AR; Pastushok G, 1995. 77-91. This species is a prolific seed producer and has the potential to produce up to 30,000 seeds/plant. Forcella F, Wilson R G, Dekker J, Kremer R J, Cardina J, Anderson R L, Alm D, Renner K A, Harvey R G, Clay S, Buhler D D, 1997. Currently, it is listed as invasive in the Dominican Republic, Cuba, Australia, New Caledonia, and New Zealand (Webb et al., 1988; MacKee, 1994; Wilson, 2008; Acevedo-Rodriguez and Strong, 2012), but it is also ranked as a serious weed in 20 crops in more than 41 countries around the world (Holm et al., 1991). In Swedish grasslands, eight species that had not been observed in the extant vegetation for 35Â yr were found in the soil seed bank (Milberg, 1992), indicating that viable seeds may have been in the soil for at least 35Â yr. Hercynia, 24(4):404-407, Prochazka I; Dvorak J; Prochazka J, 1988. Thomas AG; Wise RF, 1989. Brazil. South Africa. One way to obtain information on longevity of seeds in soil is to collect soil samples at regular (usually yearly) intervals in areas where all plants of a given species were killed and re-establishment prevented. convolvulus is often a serious weed in cereals, vegetables and horticultural crops (FAO, 2015). The effect of shade on wild buckwheat. [Brighton crop protection conference: weeds. Revue Suisse d'Agriculture. Proceedings, North Central Weed Control Conference, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA, 41:62. Malabar, Florida, USA: Krieger Publishing Co. 391 pp. Proceedings of an international conference, Brighton, UK, 20-23 November 1995. 22 (1), 39-41. Ann. In: Holzner W, Numata M, eds. Canadian Journal of Genetic Cytology, 2:150-161. Studies on wild buckwheat. Gaskin TA, 1958. Resumos XIII Congresso Brasileiro de Herbicidas e Ervas Daninhas, Bahia, 1980, 46. Skorobogatova PA; Mirchink TG, 1985. Occurrence of broad-leaved weeds on different soils in different crops in Sweden. 339-343. In contrast, nitrogen treatments had no effect on germination percentage, and they decreased germination speed of Sinapis arvensis seeds (Luzuriaga et al., 2006). Gill KS; Arshad MA, 1995. Rasteniev'dni Nauki, 26(6): 99-105. Other weed species may occur locally or may be limited to specific crops in which they create a problem, but are otherwise not too difficult to manage, particularly if herbicides are incorporated into the weed management plan. AgrochÃ©mia. The lower epidermis at the site of feeding eventually dies, however, leaving a small round hole where the beetle fed.
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