2 edition of Symposium on the Influence of Different Factors on the Development and Control of Weeds found in the catalog.
Symposium on the Influence of Different Factors on the Development and Control of Weeds
Symposium on the Influence of Difference Factors on the Development and Control of Weeds (1979 Mainz, West Germany)
|Contributions||European Weed Research Society.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 437 p. :|
|Number of Pages||437|
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With changing temperature. Proceedings of the EWRS Symposium – The influence of different factors on the development and control of weeds, Chancellor R J & Froud-W illiams R J (). A second survey of cereal weeds in central southern England. Weed Resea Clapham A R, Tutin T G, Moore D M (). Please note: If you switch to a different device, you may be asked to login again with only your ACS ID.
OOPS You have to login with your ACS ID befor you can login with your Mendeley account. The importance of specificity in development of biological control strategies is emphasized. The chapter examines the different kinds of organisms that have been used for biological control of weeds, as well as the ways that biological weed control can be used.
Agricultural Systems 18 () 81 93 The Influence of Weed Competition on Crop Yield H. van Heemst Centre for Agrobiological Research (CABO), Wageningen, The Netherlands SUMMARY The mean yield of weedy crops relative to that of weed-free crops, and the critical periods of crop-weed competition are calculated for twenty-six different crop by: Abstract: Numerous environmental and management factors influence the quality of alfalfa.
While growers have no control over variables such as temperature and daylength, they do have control over cultural practices that can have a significant im-pact on the quality of the final product.
Proper irrigation management, fertility, and pest control. A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text.
Optimising herbicide dose: a straightforward approach to reduce the risk of side effects of herbicides. Reducing pesticide doses below the recommended doses whenever possible is a straightforward approach to reduce the risk of adverse side effects.
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Improved procedures for the collection, storage, transmission and use of data are cost reduction and quality improvement of the products or services. Changes in information, leading to increasedFile Size: 1MB. An important factor in agricultural, yield is water: agriculture accounts for nearly 70 per cent of water consumption.
Water scarcity is expected to affect over billion people by according to the World Health Organisation. This could cause not only health problems but also impact farm productivity. Watersheds have been damaged. Guidelines for weed-risk assessment in developing countries - Peter A. Williams. INTRODUCTION.
The movement of trade goods and aid of one sort or another throughout the world is essential for the well-being of all peoples.
Not all these goods and gifts are benign. Competition for light may be one of the most important factors in reducing yields, especially with weeds that grow taller than the crop. Moisture stress, especially during and after removal of a very dense population of weeds, may be extremely important in crop recovery.
TIME FOR MONITORING DISEASES, PESTS AND WEEDS The prevalence level and development of diseases and pests, and the density of weeds depend on many factors, particularly climatic conditions, farming systems (irrigation or rainfed), crop management, forecrop and varieties.
During the phytosanitary monitoring of cereal crops it is necessaryFile Size: KB. Factors like volatility, photostability, plant compatibility, selectivity, salt compatibility, rainfastness, speed of action, weed control, residual efficacy, the possibility of product combinations etc.
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Main aim was to control the natural resources ; Countries were often used for cheap resources and cheap. Factors Influencing Curriculum Development DAN W. DODSON THAT education takes place in a social framework is taken for granted.
In an entire issue of the REVIEW (2) was devoted to this topic. Because of the complexity of social forces influencing curriculum develop-ment, any exploration of particular factors must, by necessity, be selective. The plant factors include species, variety, growth stage, tissue type, etc.
Environmental factors include abiotic factors (irradiation, temperature, nutrient limitation, moisture, pH) and biotic factors (plant competition, diseases, insects, animal attack and receptor feedback regulation).Cited by: Introduction of transgenic crops resistant to non-selective herbicide like glyphosate provides farmers the flexibility to control a broad-spectrum of weeds with minimal crop damage.
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rate of development, the sequence in which various forms appear is highly predictable both within and across stages.9 Determining factors There is also considerable agreement that the course of language development reflects the interplay of factors in at least five domains: social, perceptual, cognitive processing, conceptual and linguistic.
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Factors affecting the economic feasibility of the biological control of weeds. Pages in Proceedings of the VI International Symposium on Biological Control of Weeds, AugustVancouver, Canada, E. S. Delfosse, ed. Ottawa: Agriculture Canada.
The National Academies Press. doi: / It is also argued that surface effects can have a significant influence on fully wetted time during cavity shedding. Normally, surface effects are assumed to play an important role in the initial inception of a fully wetted hydrofoil with gas content being the primary factor governing developed cavitation by: The purpose of modern industrial herbicides is to control weeds.
The species of weeds that plague crops today are a consequence of the historical past, being related to the history of the evolution of crops and farming practices. Chemical weed control began over a century ago with inorganic compounds and transitioned to the age of organic herbicides. Targeted herbicide research has .