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National research programme on weeds of cereals

Mohammad Umar Makhdoom

National research programme on weeds of cereals

final technical report, April 1984 to June 1988

by Mohammad Umar Makhdoom

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Published by Agriculture Research Institute in Tandojam, Hyderabad (Sind), Pakistan .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Weeds -- Control -- Pakistan.,
  • Grain -- Diseases and pests -- Pakistan.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementMohammad Umar Makhdoom, principal investigator.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 94 leaves ;
    Number of Pages94
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17644836M

      Traces of a chemical used to kill weeds has been found in a number of breakfast cereals, and it could increase cancer risks for children, according to a study by an environmental research group. Parasitic weeds are systematically prohibited from sites of production of certified seed. For example Striga hermonthica is a parasitic weed of cereal crops like maize, sorghum, millet and upland rice. A single Striga seed is hardly visible to a naked eye (mm) and can easily contaminate crop seeds.

    Increasing the seeding rate of the legume/cereal mixes improved weed suppression to acceptable levels. Also, rotary hoe use can reduce weed seed production in winter cover crops by up to 80%, so weeds are less of a problem in the spring. Non-chemical disease controls for . LACC4 – 4 th ICC Latin American Cereals Conference March , which will be organized together with ICC-International Association for Cereal Science and Technology as well as the; IGW – 13 th International Gluten Workshop March

    Weeds cause substantial detrimental effects including yield loss, reduced aesthetics, health problems, poor animal habitat, and harvest difficulties. Even with effective herbicide application, weeds persist in the crop environment because of several factors. Management of weeds for optimal control and maximum sustainable profit potential is imperative to the success of small grain cereal growers. This video, from the University of Maine Weed Ecology Group, highlights the results of four years of research on weed management in organic spring cereals. Lauren Kolb discusses the limitations of the widely-used spring-tine harrow for weed management, which has .


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