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Agricultural Reviews, volume 23 issue 4 (december 2002) : 241-251


G. Mahajan, L.S. Brar*
1Punjab Agricultural University, Regional Research Station, Gurdaspur - 143 521, India
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Cite article:- Mahajan G., Brar* L.S. (2024). INTEGRATED MANAGEMENT OF PHALARIS MINOR IN WHEAT: RATIONALE AND APPROACHES - A REVIEW. Agricultural Reviews. 23(4): 241-251. doi: .
Continuous use of isoproturon has resulted in widespread development of resistance in littleseed canary grass in wheat which was wiped out some of the productivity gains achieved since 1982. An initiative was launched by PAU, Ludhiana and CSS, HAU, Hisar in collaboration with ACIAR in 1996 to promote research towards the development of an integrated management of this weed for handling this problem. Research in integrated management of Phalaris minor must take all aspect of cropping system into consideration and evolve in a progressive manner. This approach must encompass the role of alternative method of weed control, influence of crop rotation, enhancement of crop competitiveness, exploitation of sowing time and methods, role of conservation tillage either alone or in combination with herbicides to control P. minor in wheat.
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