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Predominant Weed Flora in Hill Eco-Systems

By: K Ramamoorthy(Author), P Subbian(Author)
279 pages, b/w photos, b/w illustrations, tables
Publisher: Agrobios
Predominant Weed Flora in Hill Eco-Systems
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  • Predominant Weed Flora in Hill Eco-Systems ISBN: 9788177544909 Hardback Jan 2013 Usually dispatched within 1-2 months
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Language: English

This textbook deals with the biology, ecology, control, and economic importance of weeds present in hill ecosystems, with a specific focus on weeds found in India. An understanding of the biology and identification of different weedy plants will improve control, and cut down costs. The various chapters of this book have been scrutinized by different scientists of Tamil Nadu Agricultural University and the Indian Council of Agricultural Research.

There are chapters dealing with ecology and biology of weeds and their control, which provide useful information on classification, propagation, dispersal, crop–weed competition, and methods of control. There are chapters on weed management in plantation crops, vegetables, cropped and non-cropped areas, obnoxious weeds and parasitic weeds.

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By: K Ramamoorthy(Author), P Subbian(Author)
279 pages, b/w photos, b/w illustrations, tables
Publisher: Agrobios
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