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New monocotyledonous weed species detected in Hungary (Pennisetum alopecuroides Regel)

Pennisetum alopecuroides is a perennial, C4, grass native to arid regions. P. alopecuroides is used as an ornamental grass but has now been found to spread naturally in Hungary.

New monocotyledonous weed species has been detected in Hungary (Tragus berteronianus Schult.)

Tragus berteronianus Schult. is a monocotyledonous plant belonging to the Tragus genus. The spine-like projections on the upper glumes make the genus easily distinguishable.

New monocotyledonous bulbous weed species detected in Hungary - Allium giganteum (Regel)

This Blog describes the newly detected weed in Hungary.

A devastating weed in arable farming: yellow nutsedge

This small article gives an impression of how to control successfully yellow nutsedge in arable farming.

Future management of arable perennials - an introduction to the project AC/DC-weeds

ACDC-weeds is a European project funded by SusCrop ERA-NET (2019-2022).

Report of Meeting: Site Specific Weed Management

The Working Group Site Specific Weed Management (SSWM) had a meeting on 30 Oct and 1 Nov 2019 hosted by the University of Southern Denmark (USD), located in Odense. Below you can find the report of...


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