Best Reference Books – Advance Weed Management

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We have compiled the list of Top 10 Best Reference Books on Advance Weed Management subject. These books are used by students of top universities, institutes and colleges. Here is the full list of top 10 best books on Advance Weed Management along with reviews.

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1. “Recent Advances in Weed Management” by Bhagirath S Chauhan and Gulshan Mahajan

“Recent Advances in Weed Management” Book Review: This book is written for the postgraduate students of environmental engineering. It can also be used by agriculturists as a reference. This book presents the recent advances in weed science. It covers the topics of conservation tillage and conservation agriculture. It also covers the topics of resistance of weeds to herbicides, climate change and environmental problems. It discusses in detail herbicide use and weed ecology. It discusses weed management in different crops. This book has included many theories and practices. It also has many real-life examples.

2. “Managing Turfgrass Pests (Advances in Turfgrass Science)” by Thomas L Watschke and Peter H Dernoeden

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“Managing Turfgrass Pests (Advances in Turfgrass Science)” Book Review: This book is written for the postgraduate students of environmental engineering. It can also be used by agriculturists as a reference. This book discusses the management of turfgrass pests. It also covers the development of cultural methods for control of pests. It also presents the descriptions of individual pests and chemical control methods. It also discusses how to identify pests and how to master their cycle’s knowledge. This book has included many theories and practices. It also has many real-life examples.

3. “Advances in Agronomy” by Donald L Sparks

“Advances in Agronomy” Book Review: This book is written for the postgraduate students of environmental engineering. It can also be used by agriculturists as a reference. This book discusses the recent developments in agronomy. It discusses topics like pest resistance and weed management. It reviews how to accurately diagnose the onset of pests. It also covers the topic of crop agriculture and soil management in detail. This book has included many coloured photographs and illustrations. It also has many real-life examples.

4. “Weed Management Principles And Practices” by Gupta and O P

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“Weed Management Principles And Practices” Book Review: This book is written for the postgraduate students of environmental engineering. It can also be used by agriculturists as a reference. This book covers the topics of weed-crop competition, weed persistence and classification of weeds. It also covers the topics of propagation of weeds and their distribution. It discusses weed control through herbicides and biological control of weeds. It also discusses the impact of herbicides on soil. This book has included many theories and practices. It also has many real-life examples.

5. “Weed Management” by U S Walia

“Weed Management” Book Review: This book is written for the postgraduate students of environmental engineering. It can also be used by agriculturists as a reference. This book presents the basic principles of weed management. It covers the topics of weed biology and weed ecology. It also covers the topics of weed control and aquatic weeds. It presents the concepts of absorption, selectivity and application of herbicides. This book has included many theories and practices. It also has many real-life examples.

6. “A Text Book of Weed Management (Weeds and their Control Methods)” by B L Jana

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“A TextBook of Weed Management (Weeds and their Control Methods)” Book Review: This book is written for the postgraduate students of environmental engineering. It can also be used by agriculturists as a reference. This book covers the topics of weed biology and ecology, common weeds and herbicides. It also covers the topics of allelopathy, usage of chemical herbicides and integrated weed management. It discusses mechanical, cultural and biological methods of weed control. It also presents the concepts of crop-weed association and limitations of herbicides in India. This book has included many illustrations. It also has many real-life examples.

7. “Non-Chemical Weed Management in Rice” by Riaz Muhammad Yasir and Ullah Smi

“Non-Chemical Weed Management in Rice” Book Review: This book is written for the postgraduate students of environmental engineering. It can also be used by agriculturists as a reference. This book covers the topic of non-chemical weed management in seeded fine rice. It also compares it with chemical methods of weed management. It presents the experimentation results which was carried out in randomized complete block design. It also covers the topics of manual weeding and soil incorporation of sorghum residues. This book has included many theories and practices. It also has many real-life examples.

8. “Weed management in horticultural crops” by A P Sivamurugan

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“Weed management in horticultural crops” Book Review: This book is written for the postgraduate students of environmental engineering. It can also be used by agriculturists as a reference. This book discusses the weed management in fruits, vegetables and flower plants. It discusses the various techniques of weed control like manual weeding and chemical weeding. It also reviews the prolonged impact of herbicides on soil. It presents the effect of weeds on plants if left untreated. This book has included many theories and practices. It also has many real-life examples.

9. “Intercropping and Weed Management Practices in Maize” by S N Shah and J C Shroff

“Intercropping and Weed Management Practices in Maize” Book Review: This book is written for the postgraduate students of environmental engineering. It can also be used by agriculturists as a reference. This book discusses the weed management practices in maize, which is the third most planted crop in Mexico. It discusses the demand of maize for animal and human consumption. It also presents the varieties of weeds infesting maize and how maize suffers heavy yield losses due to it. It also discusses the congenial environment for heavy weed growth and intercropping of maize with pulses. This book has included many theories and practices. It also has many real-life examples.

10. “Ecology and Management of Weeds in No-Till in Southern Australia” by Dr Bhagirath Singh Chauhan

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“Ecology and Management of Weeds in No-Till in Southern Australia” Book Review: This book is written for the postgraduate students of environmental engineering. It can also be used by agriculturists as a reference. This book discusses the no-till systems for the reduction of soil erosion and improvement of soil properties. It discusses the physical and chemical properties of soil and conservation of soil moisture. It covers the topics of seed biology of weed species and their response to tillage systems. It also covers the concepts of no-till on seed bank persistence. This book has included many theories and practices. It also has many real-life examples.

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