Effect of glyphosate on weed control and growth of oil palm at immature stage in Ghana

@inproceedings{Baafi2014EffectOG,
  title={Effect of glyphosate on weed control and growth of oil palm at immature stage in Ghana},
  author={Joseph Antwi Baafi},
  year={2014}
}
Chemical weed control is recognized to be an economical practice in oil palm plantations as it can reduce reliance on manpower for hand weeding. A study was conducted at the Benso Oil Palm Plantation to evaluate the efficacy of “Glisat” a glyphosate with trade name “GLISAT 480SL” with that of “Ceresate” an approved glyphosate on the market on a plot planted to two year old oil palm trees. Treatments consisted of untreated plot, different doses of Glisat at 0.8 L/ha, 1.4 L/ha, 2.8 L/ha, 4.3 L/ha… CONTINUE READING

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