123 Symposium--Plant-Plant Communication: Implications for Novel Control of Invasive Weeds and Yield Resilience

Oral Session
ASA Section: Agronomic Production Systems
This session will focus on how crops see and respond to weeds, and how these responses might be used to develop novel weed control methods. Topics might include but are not limited to the impact of cover crops on weeds, the impact of weeds on crops, intra-species competition in range and cropland settings, and physiological or genetic responses that are involved in these reactions.

Approved for 1.5 CM CEUs


Weedy and Invasive Plant Species Community

Monday, November 7, 2016: 2:00 PM-3:45 PM
Phoenix Convention Center North, Room 126 B

David P. Horvath and Stephanie Wedryk
2:00 PM
Introductory Remarks
3:05 PM
Root Exudates Drive Interspecific Facilitation By Enhancing Nodulation and N2 Fixation.
Bai Li, China Agricultural University; Yuying Li, China Agricultural University; Huamao Wu, China Agricultural University; Fang-Fang Zhang, China Agricultural University; Chunjie Li, China Agricultural University; Xuexian Li, China Agricultural University; Hans Lambers, University of Western Australia; Long Li, China Agricultural University
3:20 PM
Similarities and Differences in Response to Weeds By Teosinte and Modern Corn Varieties.
David P. Horvath, USDA-ARS; Stephanie Bruggeman, South Dakota State University; Sharon A. Clay, South Dakota State University; David E. Clay, South Dakota State University
3:35 PM
Community Business Meeting
3:45 PM