Invasive Species Compendium

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Abstract

The management of Deep-Rooted Sedge (Cyperus entrerianus Boeckeler).

Abstract

Most of noxious weeds in any country are mainly invasive alien plants which cause various impact on agriculture, environment and biodiversity. Which studies prevention and disposal guidelines alien plants. It saves time and budget to manage. Therefore, study aims to study a method for Deep-Rooted Sedge (Cyperus entrerianus Boeckeler) management: mulching and using a pre-emergence herbicides were conducted at net house in Weed research group, during October 2018 to September 2020. The results of the experiment showed that the use of mulching: straw, rice husk, mulching film, Leave and Leaf sheath of cattail. It was most effective in controlling seed germination in Deep-Rooted Sedge. The difference was statistically significant with rice husk ash and control. For the use of pre-emergence herbicides. The application of acetochlor, alachlor, amicarbazone, bromacil, diclosulam, metribuzin, oxyfluorfen, pendimethalin, s-metolachlor, sulfentrazone and sulflufenacil at 200, 312, 119, 320, 12.6, 84, 35.25, 214.5, 153.6, 120 and 10.5 g ai/rai respectively. It was most effective in controlling seed germination in Deep-Rooted Sedge. With good control efficiency until 90 days after application.