Principles and Practices of Weed Management

Principles and Practices of Weed Management
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Principles and Practices of Weed Management

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Preface "Butterfly keeps flying from one flower to another in search of nectar without losing enthusiasm. Similarly, one should never lose enthusiasm as it is the only force, which drives people to perform at their best and allows them to achieve the worthiest of causes" Agriculture has been a mainstay of human being since time immemorial. Agriculture in any form has been practiced in those areas where men have been living permanently. They have been restrained from plundering and or indiscriminate hunting rather domesticated a number of facultative organisms. They have been utilizing their diligence and intelligence to integrate natural germplasms of plants and animals with natural resources like land, light, air and other biotic and abiotic factors of production to produce usable products directly or after processing by their own muscle power or any aid found in nature or developed by them for ease, cheap and swiftness. Agricultural development is multidirectional having galloping speed and rapid spread with respect to time and space. After the introduction of modern varieties of various durations with improved plant types along with improvement of input resources, farmers started using improved cultural practices in intensive cropping systems with labour-intensive programmes to improve production potential per unit land, time and input. A large number of alternate genotypes are available to the farmers. Agronomists provided suitable environment to these genotypes to foster them and to manifest their yield potential in newer areas and seasons. Dealing with various types of soils and climatic conditions is a prerequisite to grow crops. Understanding of relationships between crop plants and natural and manmade factors of production is a guideline to provide better environment to crop plants and to increase use-efficiency of these factors. A wide spectrum knowledge of soil, water, nutrients, weeds etc. helps to manage them efficiently in favour of crop production for years. A comprehensive idea on seeds and their handling, sowing and planting of different crop varieties under different agro-climatic conditions, cropping pattern and cropping systems helps to raise crops together or one after another considering prevailing conditions and available facilities.
Principles and Practices of Weed Management
Publisher Agrobios Publications
ISBN 978817754 54 63
Author S C Panda
Type the URL http www.kopykitab.com product 6933
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