Ecologists have found that weeds are far more valuable in supporting biodiversity than we give them credit for.
Plants despised today still have value, and this book explores their contribution to the British ecosystem.
How does the evolution of herbicide resistance relate to plant physiology? A new paper in AoB PLANTS suggests a few ways to find out.
Visit an arable farm in England, particularly in its central and Southern parts, and ask the farmer what their number one problem is on their farm. They will most likely tell you it is black-grass.
This article focuses on the possible advent of human agriculture occurring 23,000 years BP.
Throughout the western United States, native perennial grasses are being supplanted by aggressive non-native annuals.