Services provided by vascular plants to the ecosystem are affected by reductions in floral diversity. Strategies to explore partial restoration of floral biodiversity in cornfields without affecting yields significantly may be worthwhile. Conventional weed management programs in Zea mays L. (corn) provide close to complete weed control as a result of broadcast application of broad spectrum residual herbicides.
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