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weeds

n. clothing. Good-looking weeds you’re wearing.
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Weeds with traveling roots are the most difficult to eliminate.
Because organic farmers do not use chemical means to control weeds, they can use alternative methods throughout the growing season, according to Diaz-Perez.
A DSR crop badly infested with weeds can fail entirely.
Mirza suggested that agriculture department of each province should focus on removing weed in their extension and training programmes.
The Punjab Agriculture Department (PAD) will set up committees at village level to make the forthcoming weed eradication campaign a success.
Now, the advice of the farmer to let the weeds and the wheat coexist up to harvest time is sound because, indeed, it is possible that in pulling up the weeds some of the grain-bearing wheat may also be included and thus wasted.
Low soil fertility and weed pressure are among the major challenges affecting field and horticultural crops.
Over the last four years, the IITA Cassava Weed Management Project with donor support from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation has developed innovative packages to control weeds in cassava.
Weeds are unwanted and undesirable plants which interfere with utilization of land and water resource and they adversely affect human welfare [1].
| KEEP on top of unwanted weed growth by removing them regularly.
Significantly the lowest NPK depletion by weeds was recorded with the application of pendimethalin fb bispyribac and pretilachlor fb bispyribac as compared to other weed management practices.
Keywords: Bemisia tabaci, Population, Dicotyledonous weeds, Monocotyledonous weeds, weeding.
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