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Weed control in lowland rice fields. 1. Effect of cultural and weedicidal treatments on control of weeds and yield of rice crop



Weed control in lowland rice fields. 1. Effect of cultural and weedicidal treatments on control of weeds and yield of rice crop



Indian J. Agron, 13: 1, 4-12. Bibl. 16



Trials on the effect of 2 rates of 3 herbicides with or without cultural treatments for control of weeds in lowland rice (cv. T.1242) were carried out in 1963 and '64. Better weed control in the initial growth stages resulted from 1 Beushan operation (cultivating the field with 7-10 cm water between and across lines at about 1 month after sowing) than from spraying with 2, 4-D, MCPA or Stam F-34, but herbicides were more effective in the later growth stages.

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