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|Other titles||Symposium, weed control in tropical crops.|
|Statement||[Keith Moody, editor].|
|Contributions||Moody, Keith., Weed Science Society of the Philippines., Philippine Council for Agriculture and Resources Research.|
|LC Classifications||SB608.T8 W43 1978|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 203 p. :|
|Number of Pages||203|
|LC Control Number||82202294|
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The control of weeds in tropical crops is dealt with in this book which contains articles on: weeds of vegetable farms in La Trinidad, Benguet, Philippines; chemical weed control in tropical pastures; weed control in maize; multiple cropping systems and intercropping; management of aquatic resources; weed control in tobacco, rubber, oil palm and legumes; and control of.
This handbook deals with methods of weed control, herbicides, methods of distribution, weed control in annual tropical crops (rice, maize, sorghum, millet, wheat, minor cereals, groundnut, soya bean, fibre crops, vegetables, tobacco and pyrethrum) and perennial crops (oil crops, stimulants, fruit trees, banana, pineapple, sugar-cane, rubber and tree crop nurseries).
Book Detail: Weed Management in Horticulture Crops with Practicals Language: English Pages: Author: Dr. Sharma, Dr. Chinnaswamy, Sh. Mohinder Singh. Price: Free Buy Weed Management Book. Theory. Introduction, harmful and beneficial effects, Classification, propagation and dissemination, Weed biology and ecology, crop weed association, Concepts.
Get this from a library. Weeds in tropical crops: review of abstracts on constraints in production caused by weeds in maize, rice, sorghum-millet, groundnuts, and cassava, [Jacqueline M Benson]. Many studies done in Tropical conditions have shown the effects of weed control by different methods on soil chemical attributes.
A long-term study conducted in a clayey Dystropherric Red Latosol at São Sebastião do Paraíso (Latitude 20°55'00'' S and longitude 47°07'10'' W Greenwich at an altitude of m), State of Minas Gerais, Brazil, showed that different weed control Author: Cezar Francisco Araujo-Junior, Bruno Henrique Martins, Vinicius Yugi Higashi, Carlos Alberto Hamanak.
C.C. de Guzman, in Handbook of Herbs and Spices, Volume 2, Climate and soil requirements. Vanilla is a tropical crop that thrives best in warm and moist climate. Natural growth is obtained at latitudes 15° and 20° north and south of the equator (Lionnet, ).The optimum temperature ranges from 21 to 32°C, with a mean value of 27°C, while the precipitation.
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For easy reference, these weeds are listed under: grasses, sedges, broadleaved plants, ferns, epiphytes, volunteer plants, parasitic plants and. Beginner’s Guide to Small-scale Tropical Agriculture Page 3 Crops grown on the small tropical farm are usually basic subsistence crops: grains, legumes, roots and tubers.
These crops are the best ones to grow to sell for they are the crops used in large amounts by others. Traditionally little attention is paid to fruits and Size: KB. Pannacci, E.; Tei, F. Effects of mechanical and chemical methods on weed control, weed seed rain and crop yield in maize, sunflower and soyabean.
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: Donato Loddo, Laura Scarabel, Maurizio Sattin, Antonio Pederzoli, Chiara Morsiani, Renato Canestrale. Thermal weed control technology plays an important role in managing weeds in synthetic herbicide-free systems, particularly in organic agriculture.
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The aim of this study was to test the weeding effect of different five hot foam Cited by: 2. Worldwide more human beings gain their livelihood from agriculture than any other endeavor; the majority are self-employed subsistence farmers living in the tropics .While growing food for local consumption is the core of tropical agriculture, cash crops (normally crops grown for export) are also included in the definition.
When people discuss the tropics, it is. This comprehensive handbook on economic entomology for Australian field crops and pastures is the first of its kind. It encompasses pests and beneficial insects as well as allied forms of importance in Australian agriculture. Organized by commodities - such as cereals, sugar and tropical pasture legumes - it examines all the pest species for a particular commodity across.
This handbook takes a broad approach to maintenance of quality of fruits, vegetables, plants, and flowers during transportation. In that regard, proper planning, grading, packaging, and precooling practices are emphasized as these are particularly important for crops shipped long distances from areas with tropical and subtropical climates.
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The locally developed term for this approach to weed control is "Turn the Page Farming". As the name implies, one side of a long sheet of durable geotextile fabric is. This book covers the origin, distribution, and ecology of twenty model invasive weed species, which occur in habitats from tropical to temperate to aquatic.
Sustainable biological control of each weed using one or more arthropods is discussed. Preventative measures and how to choose a control method are included to stress the importance of appropriate methods. This volume continues by describing weed control in all the main annual and perennial tropical crops and concludes with botanical details and control measures for the main tropical weed species.
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Describe how weeds are categorized by life cycle and how this is correlated with specific control methods. Some introduced plants from other countries have become serious pests in Queensland. These plants (commonly known as weeds) are called invasive plants in Queensland's Biosecurity Act They threaten Queensland's agriculture industries, natural environment, livestock, human health and people's livelihoods.
special weed problems. Root Crops Tropical root crops such as yams, sweet potatoes, cassava and ginger are mostly grown in small patches, and hand-weeding usually suffices. However, where local circumstances justify chemical methods, several herbicides have shown promise as an aid, if not the complete answer, to the weed control problem.
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There is a glossary of terms and appendices list common names, trade names and manufacturers of selected herbicides, their mammalian toxicities and tolerances for herbicide residues in tropical crop produce entering the USA.
This 14th edition reﬂects a major change in format for the Ohio Agronomy Guide. Weed control products and recommendations are printed in a separate bulletin (Weed Control Guide for Ohio Field Crops, OSU Extension Bulletin ).
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It encompasses pests and beneficial insects as well as allied forms of importance in Australian agriculture. Organised by commodities – such as cereals, sugar and tropical pasture legumes – it examines all the pest species for a particular commodity across Reviews: 1.broadleaves weed composition of the experimental fields is presented in table 1.
In order to evaluating the efficiency of weed control, the equation (1) was used: u B A B WCE (1) In this equation, WCE is the weed control efficiency (reduction of weed biomass in percent), A is weed density in control plot and B is the number of weeds.