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International Journal of Botany
Year: 2005  |  Volume: 1  |  Issue: 1  |  Page No.: 15 - 18

Densities and Importance Values of Weeds in Lentil Production

Bekir Bukun and Barbaros H. Guler    

Abstract: Based on the results of surveys that performed in SanlIurfa and their districts, belonging 21 botanical families, 67 weed species were determined. The major families were Fabaceae, Asteraceae, Cruciferae, Apiaceae, Labiatae. The species densities were Galium aparine, Hordeum spontaneum, Isatis tinctoria, Taxiera glastifolia, Lactuca serriola, Avena fatua, Scandix pecten-veneris, Vicia narbonensis and Orobanche aegyptiaca. Additionally, G. aparine, I. tinctoria, H. spontaneum, Taxiera glastifolia, L. serriola, Vaccaria pyramidata, Sinapis arvensis, Vicia narbonensis, Buglossoides arvensis, S. pecten-veneris, Matricaria chamomilla, A. fatua, Asperula orientalis, Orobanche aegyptiaca, Salvia spinosa, Cephalaria syriaca and Trifolium spp. were top ranking in term of importance value and these species were most prevalent associated with lentil crop.

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