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The Effect of Allelochemical of Parthenium hysterophorus L., Eucalyptus creba F. Muell., and Casuarina cunninghamiana Miq. on the Germination and Seedling Growth of Lepidium sativum L
Agro Bali: Agricultural Journal
Allelochemicals are widely known to have antagonistic effects on the environment by inhibiting the physiological activities of other plants. However, this is the whole characteristic of allelochemicals since their effects are not only limited to inhibiting. In low concentration, allelochemicals could have a promoting effect on other plants especially on the germination and seedling stage. This research was conducted to examine the allelochemical activity of Parthenium hysterophorus L.,doi:10.37637/ab.v5i2.958 fatcat:7gcvf5yzk5hwhhq6cpd6ilrj3u