Ramon Leon Gonzalez
Weed Biology and Ecology
Williams Hall 4402C
My research focuses on describing how agricultural management affects weed behavior at the community, population, and species levels with the ultimate goal to use weed biology and ecology information to design and implement weed management strategies that promote crop health and production profitability while minimizing negative environmental impacts.
Leon RG, Wright DL (2018) Recurrent changes of weed seed bank density and diversity in crop–livestock systems. Agronomy Journal In press
Leon RG, van der Laat R (2018) Herbicidal and seed dormancy induction activity of fermentation residual vinasse. Weed Science doi.org/10.1017/wsc.2017.84
Bravo W, Leon RG, Ferrell JA, Mulvaney MJ, Wood CW (2018) Evolutionary adaptations of Palmer amaranth (Amaranthus palmeri) to nitrogen fertilization and crop rotation history affect morphology and nutrient use efficiency. Weed Science 66:180-189