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ALLELOPATHIC ORGANISMS AND MOLECULES: PROMISING BIOREGULATORS FOR THE CONTROL OF PLANT DISEASES, WEEDS, AND OTHER PESTS

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Increasing attention has been given to the role and potential of allelopathy as a management strategy for crop protection against weeds and other pests. Incorporating allelopathy into natural and agricultural management systems may reduce the use of herbicides, insecticides, and other pesticides, reducing environment/soil pollution and diminish autotoxicity hazards. There is a great demand for compounds with selective toxicity that can be readily degraded by either the plant or by the soil microorganisms. In addition, plant, microorganisms, other soil organisms and insects can produce allelochemicals which provide new strategies for maintaining and increasing agricultural production in the future.

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Ferulic Acid Cover Crop Sesquiterpene Lactone Weed Management Allelopathic Potential 
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  1. 1.Laboratorio de Alelopatía, Instituto de EcologíaUniversidad Nacional Autónoma de MéxicoMéxico, D.F.

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