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Master of Science (MS)
Agricultural Systems Technology and Education
D. C. Tingey
Pheasant Eye (Adonis annua L.), a native of Europe, is commonly cultivated as an ornamental, but ocasionally escapes into fields and waste places. It is prevalent in certain area in the United States, especially southward, on heavy soils that are inadequately drained (20). This Plant is one of a number of early maturing winter annual weeds that infests dryland wheat in northern Utah, and it has become a problem in certain lowland areas.
Downs, Ray J., "Control of Pheasant Eye as it Affects Yield and Other Related Factors in Winter Wheat" (1952). All Graduate Theses and Dissertations. 1825.
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