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EFFECT OF. DIFFERENT WEED MANAGEMENT PRACI1CES ON WEED CONTROL EFFICIENCY IN SOYBFAN fGLYCINE MAX. (L.) MERRll..L)

Article Id: ARCC5100 | Page : 30-32
Citation :- EFFECT OF. DIFFERENT WEED MANAGEMENT PRACI1CES ON WEED CONTROL EFFICIENCY IN SOYBFAN fGLYCINE MAX. (L.) MERRll..L).Agricultural Science Digest.2000.(20):30-32
S. Panneers~lvam and A. Christopher Lourduraj
Address : Department of Agronomy Tamil Nadu Agricultural University, Coimbator?·61.1 003, India

Abstract

Field experiment conducted from 1994 to 1996 on different weed management practices in soybean revealed that at early stages, weed control efficiency (WCE) was higher with alachlor 1.0 kg ha−1 followed by pendimethaUn 0.75 kg ha−1. At later stages, hand weeding twice registered the highest WCE due to effective control of weeds in all the seasons.

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