John L. Lindquist
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Cover crops and ecosystem services: Insights from studies in temperate soils
H Blanco‐Canqui, TM Shaver, JL Lindquist, CA Shapiro, RW Elmore, ...
Agronomy journal 107 (6), 2449-2474, 2015
Critical period for weed control: the concept and data analysis
SZ Knezevic, SP Evans, EE Blankenship, RC Van Acker, JL Lindquist
Weed science 50 (6), 773-786, 2002
Hybrid-maize—a maize simulation model that combines two crop modeling approaches
HS Yang, A Dobermann, JL Lindquist, DT Walters, TJ Arkebauer, ...
Field Crops Research 87 (2-3), 131-154, 2004
Nitrogen application influences the critical period for weed control in corn
SP Evans, SZ Knezevic, JL Lindquist, CA Shapiro, EE Blankenship
Weed Science 51 (3), 408-417, 2003
Maize radiation use efficiency under optimal growth conditions
JL Lindquist, TJ Arkebauer, DT Walters, KG Cassman, A Dobermann
Agronomy Journal 97 (1), 72-78, 2005
Stability of corn (Zea mays)-velvetleaf (Abutilon theophrasti) interference relationships
JL Lindquist, DA Mortensen, SA Clay, R Schmenk, JJ Kells, K Howatt, ...
Weed Science 44 (2), 309-313, 1996
Optimizing cover crop benefits with diverse mixtures and an alternative termination method
SE Wortman, CA Francis, ML Bernards, RA Drijber, JL Lindquist
Agronomy Journal 104 (5), 1425-1435, 2012
Nitrogen supply affects root: shoot ratio in corn and velvetleaf (Abutilon theophrasti)
KD Bonifas, DT Walters, KG Cassman, JL Lindquist
Weed Science 53 (5), 670-675, 2005
Cover crop mixtures for the western Corn Belt: Opportunities for increased productivity and stability
SE Wortman, CA Francis, JL Lindquist
Agronomy Journal 104 (3), 699-705, 2012
Applications of an ecophysiological model for irrigated rice (Oryza sativa)-Echinochloa competition
JL Lindquist, MJ Kropff
Weed Science 44 (1), 52-56, 1996
Soybean row spacing and weed emergence time influence weed competitiveness and competitive indices
SM Hock, SZ Knezevic, AR Martin, JL Lindquist
Weed Science 54 (1), 38-46, 2006
Influence of nitrogen and duration of weed interference on corn growth and development
SP Evans, SZ Knezevic, JL Lindquist, CA Shapiro
Weed Science 51 (4), 546-556, 2003
Predicting emergence of 23 summer annual weed species
R Werle, LD Sandell, DD Buhler, RG Hartzler, JL Lindquist
Weed science 62 (2), 267-279, 2014
Mechanisms of corn tolerance and velvetleaf suppressive ability
JL Lindquist, DA Mortensen, BE Johnson
Agronomy journal 90 (6), 787-792, 1998
Stability of corn (Zea mays)-foxtail (Setaria spp.) interference relationships
JL Lindquist, DA Mortensen, P Westra, WJ Lambert, TT Bauman, ...
Weed Science 47 (2), 195-200, 1999
Tolerance and velvetleaf (Abutilon theophrasti) suppressive ability of two old and two modern corn (Zea mays) hybrids
JL Lindquist, DA Mortensen
Weed Science 46 (5), 569-574, 1998
Economic importance of managing spatially heterogeneous weed populations
JL Lindquist, JA Dieleman, DA Mortensen, GA Johnson, DY Wyse-Pester
Weed Technology 12 (1), 7-13, 1998
Environmental factors affecting seed persistence of annual weeds across the US corn belt
AS Davis, J Cardina, F Forcella, GA Johnson, G Kegode, JL Lindquist, ...
Weed science 53 (6), 860-868, 2005
An evaluation of four crop: weed competition models using a common data set
W Deen, R Cousens, J Warringa, L Bastiaans, P Carberry, K Rebel, ...
Weed Research 43 (2), 116-129, 2003
Ecophysiological characteristics of four maize hybrids and Abutilon theophrasti
JL Lindquist, DA Mortensen
Weed Research 39 (4), 271-285, 1999
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