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December, 2023

  • Vol. 12 No. 04


  • Complete Chloroplast Genome of Asian Copperleaf (Acalypha australis L.)

    Eun-Hye Lee, Jin-Won Kim, Kyu-Hui Lee, Jeongran Lee

    Asian copperleaf (Acalypha australis L.), an annual weed belonging to the Euphorbiaceae has significantly increased in soybean fields and apple orchards. It has been reported …


  • Effects of Artificial Rainfall on the Effectiveness of Glyphosate isopropylamine and Glufosinateammonium on Eclipta prostrata

    Hyeung Woo Kim, Sang-Hyun Lee, Yu-Jin Song, In-Mo Kim, Myung-Soo Jin, Jeung Joo Lee, and Sung Hwan Choi

    The effect of artificial rainfall treatment on the effectiveness of glyphosate isopropylamine (glyphosate) and glufosinate ammonium (glufosinate) was investigated on Eclipta prostrata. As a result …

  • Weedy risk of hybrids resulted from pollenmediated gene flow between GM and wild soybeans

    Min-Jung Yook, Do-Soon Kim

    Natural hybridization between genetically modified (GM) soybean and wild soybean may result in the transgene dispersal into the ecosystem and consequently leads to genetic pollution …


  • Phytotoxicity of Soil-treated Herbicides on Garlic Chive (Allium tuberosum)

    Sang-Hyun Lee, Hyung-Woo Kim, Myung-Soo Jin, In-Mo Kim, Yu-Jin Song, Jeung Joo Lee, Jae Gill Yun, and Sung Hwan Choi

    This study was conducted to investigate the effects of soil-treated herbicides on garlic chive seed emergence and seedling growth and to determine applicability. When treated with recommended …


  • Selection of Weed Species for Green Manure Crop to Manage Clover Cyst Nematode (Heterodera trifolii)

    Jin-Won Kim, Hyoung-Rai Ko

    Recently, cyst nematodes have been problematic in Kimchi-cabbage field and development of integrated nematode management method has been required to prevent yield reduction. This study …

  • Major Weeds of Garlic in the Central-Western Korea

    Jin-Won Kim*, Kyu-Hui Lee

    Garlic is winter crop with long cultivation period over 6 month and weeds in garlic field occur twice, in planting time and re-growing time. This study was conducted to suggest direction …

  • Ecological Impact of Giant Ragweed (Ambrosia trifida) on the Bank of the Rice Field in Korea

    Mirjalol Umurzokov, Gyeong Jong Heo, Soo-Hyun Lim, Do-Soon Kim, and Kwang Min Cho

    This study evaluated the ecological impact of the alien weed Ambrosia trifida on the vegetation of paddy banks in Korea. A. trifida was found in 28 sites out of 118, and …


  • Occurrence and Management of an Invasive Plant in Korea: Symphyotrichum pilosum

    In-Yong Lee, Seung-Hwan Kim, Yong-Ho Lee, Adhikari Pradeep and Sun-Hee Hong

    Symphyotrichum pilosum (formerly Aster pilosus) is a perennial plant of the Asteraceae family, native to North America; as an invasive species in Korea, the plant has a wide distribution …


  • Growth Properties of Two Turfgrass Species after Applying Turfgrass Protection Mat in the Heavy Trampling Area

    Young-Sun, Kim, Jae-Pil Lee, Geung-Joo Lee

    Trampling in the lawn was main reason to aggravate a physical properties of root zone and to decrease quality and growth of turfgrass. This study was conducted to investigate the effect …


  • Herbicidal effect depending on the dose and injection site of Glyphosate isopropylamine injection in bamboo

    Jae Yeob Jeong, Jeong Woon Joo, Eun Ji Bae, Sang Myeong Lee, Young Hak Jung, and Dong-Woon Lee

    Bamboo is one of the most useful forest resources. However, management is necessary to prevent the encroachment of bamboo in farms and house lots. In this study, the herbicidal effect of glyphosate …

  • Growth Inhibition of Creeping Bentgrass after Applying Paclobutrazol

    Ji-Hye Kang and Young-Sun Kim

    This study was conducted to investigate the effects of paclobutrazol (PB) application on the growth and quality in creeping bentgrass (Agrostis palustris L.). The treatments were as …

  • Iron sulfate for the control of dollar spot disease

    Matthew Rudland, Sang-Kook Lee, and Tom Hsiang

    Iron is an essential nutrient for living organisms and has critical functions in many cellular processes. However, excess soluble iron in plant cells leads to the formation of harmful …

  • Development of New Cultivars ‘Namboo1’ in Zoysiagrass

    Eun-Ji Bae, Kwang-Soo Lee, Jun-Hyuck Yoon, Kwon-Seok Jeon

    In 2010, 159 of native zoysiagrasses were collected from the south, east, west coasts, islands, and inland regions of Korea. The collected grass genetic resources were transplanted into …


  • Sensitivities of Echinochloa crus-galli and Monochoria vaginalis populations to pretilachlor and butachlor herbicides in Korea

    Mirjalol Umurzokov, Aung Bo Bo, Kwang Min Cho, In Kon Park, and Kee Woong Park

    This study examined the sensitivities of Echinochloa crus-galli and Monochoria vaginalis populations to pretilachlor and butachlor herbicides. We estimated the potential risk of …


  • Evaluation of Turf Color with Brightness Normalization on Image Analysis

    Sang-Kook Lee

    Visual evaluation suggested by national turfgrass evaluation program (NTEP) is most widely used to measure turf color. However, there are inconsistent evaluation results because …

  • Capillary Rise Inhibition of Ground Water and Salt in the Sand Soil Applied with Super Absorbent Polymers as Drainage Layers

    Seung Jae Lim, Young-Sun Kim

    This study was conducted to evaluate effects of application of super absorbent polymers (SAP) as the drainage layer in the sand soil on the capillary rise inhibition of ground water and salt …