Chapter 6 Alternative Weed Control Methods : A Review

@inproceedings{Mohammadi2013Chapter6A,
  title={Chapter 6 Alternative Weed Control Methods : A Review},
  author={G. Mohammadi},
  year={2013}
}
Weed interference is one of the most important limiting factors which decrease crop yields and consequently global food production. Weed represent about 0.1% of the world flora and in agroecosystems, weeds and crops have co-evolved together right from the prehistoric times as revealed by pollen analysis studies (Cousens and Mortimer 1995). Weed can suppress crop yield by competing for environmental resources like water, light and nutrients and production of allelopathic compounds. Therefore… CONTINUE READING

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