The family Polygonaceae Juss., genus Fallopia Adans. Revue Suisse d'Agriculture, 27(4):229-236. 173-182. Changing patterns of weed distribution as a result of herbicide use and other agronomic factors. Stevens OA, 1932. Kees H, 1988. EinfluÃ der Fruchtfolge, der Pflanzenbau- und Pflanzenschutz-IntensitSt auf die Populationsdynamik von UnkrSutern unter besonderer BerÃ¼cksichtigung des WindenknÃ¶terichs (Fallopia convolvulus (L.) A. LÃ¶ve). Hume L, 1993. Dessaint F, Chadoeuf R, Barralis G, 1991. The references were sorted according to weed species and checked to avoid references where weeds were sown or transplanted. Cercetari Agronomice Ã®n Moldova, 22(4):51-55; 5 ref. C. album, Amaranthus quitensis, Raphanus raphanistrum, and Polygonum spp. In: Biology and ecology of weeds [Holzner, W. and Numata, M. (Editors)], The Hague, Netherlands: Dr. W. Junk. Fallopia convolvulus is described and illustrated from the cotyledon stage through to maturity, and is distinguished from other Polygonaceae and Amaranthaceae. 129 (2), 409-413. II. July 2012. by Brown H, Cussans G W, Devine M D, Duke S O, Fernandez-Quintanilla C, Helweg A, Labrada R E, Landes M, Kudsk P, Streibig J C]. Survey of cultivated, native and weed plants, hosts of fungi that cause root rots on winter cereals and other crops. Schweizer E E, Zimdahl R L, 1979. Weed Technology, 8(2):231-237. Thomas AG, 1991. Gvozdenovic-Varga J; Glusac D; Takac A, 1992. Canadian Journal of Plant Science. 4:61-66; 6 ref. Fallopia convolvulus is described and illustrated from the cotyledon stage through to maturity, and is distinguished from other Polygonaceae and Amaranthaceae. IV. Weed species differ in how they compete with a crop. Luxembourg: Office for Official Publications of the European Community, No. Chlorsulfuron use in barley and residual effect on potato and rutabaga grown in rotation. The species composition and distribution of weed seeds in soils of field plant communities in the Tatar ASSR. Nakoneshny W; Friesen G, 1961. A weed survey of pedigreed alfalfa seed fields in Manitoba. [Proceedings of the 1993 Congress of the Spanish Weed Science Society, Lugo, Spain, 1-3 December 1993. Both are perennials. How to Get Rid of Bindweed. Acta Scientifica, Vysoka Skola Zemedelska v Praze Fakulta Agronomicka v Ceskych Budejovicich, 38:69-76. It has a large, fibrous root system which may reach down as far as 80 cm in the soil (Kutschera, 1960), enabling it to evade dry conditions. 8th International Plant Protection Congress, Reports and Informations, Section 3. IV. Weed hosts of Meloidogyne incognita in Indiana. In: Proceedings of the 33rd Annual Meeting of the Southern Weed Science Society. Felton WL; Wicks GA; Welsby SM, 1994. Effects of Soil Copper on Black Bindweed ( Fallopia convolvulus ) in the Laboratory and in the Field July 1998 Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 35(1):14-19 Survey for seed-borne diseases on weed species from screening samples obtained from seed cleaning plants across Canada in 1987/88. Fallopia convolvulus (black bindweed); habit, in a rock crevice. Weed Technology, 11(3):489-495; 6 ref. Weeds resistant to chlorsulfuron and atrazine from the north-east grain region of Australia. 277-279. Other Polyphenols. Bazdyrev GI; Kupryushkin VA; Lyutov VN; Ontpv AKh, 1984. Aspects of Applied Biology, 32:59-64. A monic acid derivative: evaluation as a cereal herbicide. Moscow, 2:719-720. https://npgsweb.ars-grin.gov/gringlobal/taxon/taxonomysearch.aspx, USDA-ARS, 2015. Christchurch, New Zealand: Botany Division, DSIR. The problem of weed infestation in the Pleven district. Schultz G E, Tichota J M, 1981. 24 (1), 44-46. Segetal weed communities in the Lososina Valley in the Beskid Wyspowy: Part II. At the beginning, the primary leaf is often laterally rolled up, with a blueish or reddish green tinge (Schwär et al., 1970; Hume et al., 1983).