By Rangaswamy Muniappan, Gadi V. P. Reddy, Anantanarayanan Raman
Weeds are an important constraint to agricultural construction, relatively within the constructing international. not pricey organic keep watch over is a self-sustaining technique to lessen this challenge, and produces fewer non-target results than chemical equipment, which could reason critical harm to the surroundings. This e-book covers the foundation, distribution, and ecology of twenty version invasive weed species, which take place in habitats from tropical to temperate to aquatic. Sustainable organic keep watch over of every weed utilizing a number of arthropods is mentioned. the purpose is to supply ecological administration versions to be used around the tropical international, and to aid within the evaluation of strength dangers to local and fiscal vegetation. this can be a worthy source for scientists and coverage makers interested in the organic keep watch over of invasive tropical crops.
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