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Sustainable Agriculture Reviews
Parasitic plants are among the most problematic pests of agricultural crops worldwide. Effective means of control are generally lacking, in part because of the close physiological connection between the established parasite and host plant hindering efficient control using traditional methods. Seed germination and host location are critical early-growth stages that occur prior to host attachment, and provide promising targets for ecologically sound management of parasitic weeds. Knowledge ofdoi:10.1007/978-1-4020-9654-9_8 fatcat:pg265ozz5rcdxpupu5dvgpszuy