What is in the weeds?
t is the average number of weeds. The average is found by adding the total number of weeds for all three plots, then dividing that total by the number of plots. For example, ifplot #1 has 200 weeds, plot #2 has 180 weeds, and plot #3 has 274 weeds, the mean number of weeds for all three plots would be 218. (200+180+274) divided by 3.
How do weeds compete for resources? if weeds steal resources from a farmer's crop, do they steal ? the roots of weeds absorb nutrients from the soil,meaning fewer nutrients are available to the crop plants. the roots of weeds absorb water from the soil, so less is available to the crop plants. the leaves of weeds absorb carbon dioxide from the air,so less is available to the crop plants. the leaves of tall weeds can…
because plants need light and space to be able to grow if there are weeds there then there is no space and they steal all the light, they can effectively choke a plant to death i they are so riddled with weeds. Weeds compete with other plants for nutrients from the soil. Weeds in a maize crop would take nutrients the maize needs.