The adaptation of cornflower in different compartments of the agricultural landscape

Abstract : Agrosystems are among habitats most affected by the decline of biodiversity. This decline is related to the intensification of agricultural practices carried out since the 50s (simplified rotations, fertilizer and pesticide use; ...). The study of the weed flora shows still less developed plant communities. Currently, there is evidence of the regression of the weed flora and especially species such as cornflower (Cyanus segetum. L). In western Europe, cornflower seems to be present in the field only. In our investigation, we tried to determine the factors that influence the presence of cornflower in the different compartments of a field and its border.
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Bachar Alrustom, Jean-Philippe Guillemin, Henri Darmency. The adaptation of cornflower in different compartments of the agricultural landscape. 17th European Weed Research Society Symposium. “Weed management in changing environments", Jun 2015, Montpellier, France. ⟨hal-01871964⟩

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