Graduate students working under this project are constantly learning and evaluating new tools that can be used to manage weeds in rice. Nothing Reported How have the results been disseminated to communities of interest? Grower meetings, newsletters, annual reports. Training seminars and hands-on educational opportunities, both formal and informal, are continually being conducted. The results are often presented at field days, parish meetings, national and regional scientific and grower meetings.
Weed control is important to prevent losses in yield and production costs, and to preserve good grain quality. Specifically, weeds. Control of weeds during land preparation is crucial to reduce the amount of weed pressure in the field. Plowing destroys weeds and remaining stubble from the previous crop.
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