Fumaria officinalis (Common Fumitory or Earth smoke)) is the most common species of the genus Fumaria in Western and Central Europe. It is an herbaceous annual plant, which grows erect, with stalks about 10 to 50 cm long. The fruit is an achene. It contains alkaloids, potassium salts, and tannins. It is also a major source of fumaric acid. The "smoky" or "fumy" origin of its name is uncertain.
Weed populations are affected by tillage systems and fertilization practices in organic flax (Linum usitatissimum L.) crop
Apr 06, 2012; Abstract Flax is a weak competitor against weeds. To obtain high yield of flax, good weed management practices must be...