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Integrated weed management techniques for rice

Code: 9781838792497
Simerjeet Kaur and Gulshan Mahajan, Punjab Agricultural University, India; and Bhagirath S. Chauhan, The University of Queensland, Australia

Chapter synopsis: Global food production must increase in order to meet the needs of the world’s growing population. In order to improve productivity in rice cultivation, it is essential to recognize the problems caused by biological constraints such as weeds, and then to evolve and implement appropriate strategies to alleviate these problems. In this chapter, we review the problem of weeds in rice crops and the need for integrated weed management (IWM) to address this issue. After a brief overview of the IWM approach and its advantages, three sections offer a detailed discussion of the wide variety of techniques which may be incorporated into an IWM strategy. We then review examples of how these techniques can be combined and integrated, and offer recommendations for future IWM research.

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Table of contents 1 Introduction 2 Weeds in rice crops: the problem 3 The need for IWM in rice production 4 IWM: an overview 5 IWM techniques: preparation and control of the growing environment 6 IWM techniques: establishing the rice crop 7 IWM techniques: managing the rice crop 8 The integration of weed management techniques 9 Summary 10 Where to look for further information 11 References

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