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Phytotoxic activity of aqueous extracts of ruderal plants and its potential application to tomato crop
The application of synthetic pesticides to the tomato crop (Solanum lycopersicum -Solanaceae-) increases fruit production, but also carries risks for the environment, human and animal health. Hypothesis: local ruderal plant extracts could be an alternative for weed control, with potential applications in agroecology and organic agriculture. Methods: Organic and aqueous extracts (1 and 10% w/v) were prepared with the fresh (FAE) and dry (DAE) aerial parts of five ruderal species from Tlaxcala,doi:10.17129/botsci.2727 fatcat:dvub6ysfvrd4lcq3b4yzqpcijq