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Effects of different weed control measures on weeds, growth characters, grain yield and economics of production of wheat



Effects of different weed control measures on weeds, growth characters, grain yield and economics of production of wheat



Environment and Ecology 4(4): 605-608



In weed control trials with wheat given 0.120 or 0.144 kg oxyfluorfen/ha pre-em. with and without 1 hand weeding (HW), 0.6 kg 2,4-D post-em. or 2 HW, 0.144 kg oxyfluorfen + 1 HW gave most effective weed control, the highest grain yields of 3.97 t/ha compared with 3.02-3.74 t in other treatments and 2.41 t without weed control and highest net returns.

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