Handbook of Weed Management Systems
This work provides the fundamental information necessary for the development of weed management strategies for all the major US crops using concepts that can be applied worldwide. Weed management systems are provided for cotton, peanut, soybean, wheat, barley, oat, sorghum, rice, fruits, nut crops, and more. The dynamics involved in creating the best management approaches for specific types of crops are explained.
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Ecology of Weeds
Preventive Weed Management
Mechanical Weed Management
Chemical Weed Management
Herbicide Formulations Adjuvants and Spray Drift
Fate of Herbicides in the Environment
Biological Weed Management
Weed Management Systems for Oil Seed Crops
Weed Management Systems for Grain Crops
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