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CAB Reviews

A reviews journal covering agriculture, global health, nutrition, natural resources and veterinary science

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This review describes the taxonomy, botanical features and distribution of I. cylindrica. The potential for utilising I. cylindrica is considered, but emphasis is placed on its success as a weed and the necessity and problems of control. Methods of control are discussed in relation to constraints...

Townson, J. K.
Weed Abstracts, 1991, 40, 11, pp 457-468

The following aspects of weeds in rice and their control are discussed: the most important weed species of weeds worldwide; competition by and rice yield losses due to weeds; cultural and chemical control of weeds in transplanted, direct-sown and upland rice; research into the biological control of ...

Baltazar, A. M.; Datta, S. K. de
Weed Abstracts, 1992, 41, 11, pp 495-508

The protection of crops against herbicide damage by use of safeners is reviewed. The successful introduction of herbicide safeners into agricultural practice to protect maize against thiolcarbamate and chloroacetanilide herbicide damage has stimulated rapid progress in the last decade and has...

Komives, T.
Weed Abstracts, 1992, 41, 12, pp 553-560

Remote sensing techniques offer a timely, cost-effective means to distinguish and measure infestations of noxious plants on rangelands. An overview is presented on the application of aerial photography, airborne videography and satellite sensor imagery for detecting brush and weed species on...

Everitt, J. H.; Escobar, D. E.; Davis, M. R.
Weed Abstracts, 1995, 44, 12, pp 639-649