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Herbaceous vegetation development and weed potential in slash and burn agriculture (jhum) in N.E. India



Herbaceous vegetation development and weed potential in slash and burn agriculture (jhum) in N.E. India



Weed Research, UK 24(2): 135-142



The patterns of herbaceous vegetation development and weed potential following slash and burn clearing after different lengths of time between the cultivation cycles are described from a study of sites at Burnihat in the Khasi hills.

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DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-3180.1984.tb00581.x


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