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Weeding of paddy-fields in West Africa and catalogue of the main weeds
Includes bibliographical references (p. 92-93).
|Other titles||Weeding of paddies in West Africa and catalogue of the main weeds.|
|Statement||by the Crop Protection Division, I.R.A.T, Research Center GERDAT.|
|Contributions||Institut de recherches agronomiques tropicales et des cultures vivrières (France). Crop Protection Division., West Africa Rice Development Association.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||93 p. :|
|Number of Pages||93|
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Weed control is important to prevent losses in yield and production costs, and to preserve good grain quality. For example, weed seeds in grain can cause the buyer price to be reduced. Control of weeds during land preparation is crucial to reduce the amount of weed pressure in the field.
Land preparation should start 3−4 weeks before planting. Home Training Fact sheets Pest management WeedsMain weeds of rice in Asia. Main weeds of rice in Asia. Grasses: Some important grass weeds. Sedges: 4 most important sedge weeds. Broad-leaved: Some important broadleaf weeds: Developed with input from MA Bell, JF Rickman, and V Balasubramanian.
Photos from: Mueller, K.E. Hand weeding: Pulling by hand or using tools like hoe, spade or sickle. Take up one or two hand weeding between days after sowing 2. Mechanical weeding: Repeated inter cultivation by passing hoe or small blade harrow times. between days after sowing. Chemical. Important weeds of Rice SI.
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The present communication pertains to major weeds of paddy fields in district Rajouri (J&K). The study was based on extensive and intensive fields surveys made during different months of rainy season During the course of field study the authors have selected 6 important paddy growing blocks in district Rajouri and divided them intoCited by: 1.
Paddy fields qualify as ruminant feed resources as they produce rice straw and weeds. The main objectives of the present study were to evaluate the productivity and nutrient potential of rice. field area infested by major perennial weeds reached about million ha, constituting about 78% of the total lowland rice area of Japan.
Such an increase of perennial weeds seems to be caused by big changes which have occurred recently in the form of utilization of paddy fields, cultural practices, and weed control measures, : Tokuichi Kusanagi. Common Paddy Weeds in IndonesiaOut of species of rice weeds in Indonesia, species are weeds of wetland rice, and 90 weeds of upland rice, while 48 weed species are common to both types of production system (Soerjani et al.
).The most commonly reported weeds in paddy fields are shown in Tablethe consumption of herbicides. [Show full abstract] Coccinellidae (Coleoptera) of West Africa. The catalogue includes species representing 38 genera and 18 tribes, as well as summaries of available biological and.
due to weeds in direct-seeded rice and at management of weeds by most economic and feasible method. These objectives can be achieved through a better understanding of biology of different weeds infesting direct-seeded rice fields.
Materials and methods Methodology The present study deals with major weeds of paddy fields ofCited by: 1. ONLINE ISSN: PRINT ISSN: (As of J ) Registered articles: Article; Volume/Issue/Page; DOI. Rice-Feeding Insects and Selected Natural Enemies in West Africa Biology, ecology, identification E.A.
Heinrichs and Alberto T. Barrion. Illustrated by Cris dela Cruz and Jessamyn R. Adorada. This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. Normally farmers apply costly insecticides in the paddy fields indiscriminately, killing all the insects including the useful insects, and causing a definite environmental degradation.
But when the harmful insects are detected through the light-trap method, they can save money by applying a cheaper insecticide to kill that particular pest as.
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