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  • Volume 2016

    Efficacy of Different Post Emergence Herbicides Against Weeds of Different Cereal Crops
    (International Journal of Medical Works)

    Vol. 2, Issue 1, PP. 6-8, January 2016

    Keywords: Monocot, Dicot, Weedicitdes, Cereal Crops

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    Abstract

    This Diagnostic study is essential for suitable weed management and it is designed to find out the comparative efficacy of monocot and dicot weedicides, proper recommendation for practical weed control in crops to enhance the yield. For the self-sufficiency herbicide’s use has proved an effective tool during the previous decades. Weeds control cannot be effectively managed simply through physical method; it is not only labor intensive but resources intensive too. For the effective weed management in crops of all types and keeping in view the rising cost of power and labor, the sensible use of herbicides as time demands, is the only acceptable way.

    Author

    Attia Noreen: University of Sargodha, Sargodha, Pakistan

    Saba Haider: Arid Agriculture University, Rawalpindi, Pakistan

    Aaila Ameer: University of Sargodha, Sargodha, Pakistan

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    Attia Noreen, Saba Haider, Aaila Ameer, "Efficacy of Different Post Emergence Herbicides Against Weeds of Different Cereal Crops" International Journal of Medical Works, Vol. 2, Issue 1, PP. 6-8, January 2016.   

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