WEEDS AND WEED CONTROL IN DRYLAND AGRICULTURE A REVIEW

Article Id: ARCC4244 | Page : 79·99
Citation :- WEEDS AND WEED CONTROL IN DRYLAND AGRICULTURE A REVIEW.Agricultural Reviews.2004.(25):79·99
K. Ramamoorthy, A.C. Lourduraj, T.M. Thiyagarajan, M. Prem Sekhar1 and B.A. Steware
Address : Directorate of Soil and Crop Management Studies, TNAU, Coimbatore· 641003, India

Abstract

Most of the food and fibre production of the world is achieved under rainfed conditions. Among the various agronomic practices that could bring about immediate positive results in dryland areas, optimum and effective weed control is the first and foremost management practice. Hence, in this paper, an attempt has been made to review the weeds of dryland crops and cropping systems, factors influencing weed flora in dryland regions, critical period of crop weed competition, weed management in major dryland crops and cropping systems, tillage and weed management in dryland agriculture and future research priorities in the field of weed management in dryland agriculture.

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