BIOINTENSIVE WEED MANAGEMENT IN AEROBIC DRY SOWN RICE– A REVIEW

Article Id: ARCC1346 | Page : 127 - 132
Citation :- BIOINTENSIVE WEED MANAGEMENT IN AEROBIC DRY SOWN RICE– A REVIEW.Agricultural Reviews.2010.(31):127 - 132
D. Rajakumar, E. Subramanian, N. Maragatham and G. Thiyagarajan
Address : Water Technology Centre Tamil Nadu Agricultural University, Coimbatore- 641 003, India.

Abstract

Effective and efficient weed management practices in time and space are crucial in increasing
aerobic rice productivity. There have been increasingly strong economic, social and biological
pressures to limit the use of herbicide nowadays. There exists possibility of exploring alternative
weed management systems that have the potential to reduce herbicides use on a wide scale
through mechanical and cultural methods of weed control. Most of the past researches put forth
emphasis on the effectiveness of herbicides in relation to the dominant weed species and soil
conditions at the time of application and the combination of herbicides and manual weed control.
Whereas in this review, the current researches that pursue the refinement of cultural and biological
control technologies for use in integrated weed management systems are discussed

Keywords

Aerobic rice Cultural Mechanical Non-chemical weed management practices

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