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Development of Purple Nutsedge under Field Conditions
Ellis W. Hauser
Vol. 10, No. 4 (Oct., 1962), pp. 315-321
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Excavation at biweekly intervals for 20 weeks of nutsedge clones grown from single tubers indicated that no dormant tubers formed until 6 weeks after foliar emergence. Tuber chains or fully mature rhizomes were not observed until the tenth week or long tuber chains until the eighteenth week. Rhizome length and tuber-basal bulb number increased throughout the season. Development of clones varied.
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