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Oct. 01, 1994

Integrated Management of Paddy and Aquatic Weeds in Asia

PREFACE Even more than pests or diseases, weeds are the most severe and widespread biological constraint to rice production. Rice fields infested with weeds are likely to suffer losses of 30-40%, and there may be total crop failure. The papers in this book discuss recent research into the control of weeds using biological control methods in systems of integrated weed management.

Table of Contents

Current Status of Bioherbicide Development and Prospects for Rice in Asia
Integrated Management of Paddy and Aquatic Weeds in Indonesia
Integrated Management of Paddy Weeds in Thailand
II. Integrated Management of Paddy Weeds in Korea, with an Emphasis on Allelopathy
Allelopathy and Toxicity to Fish of Aquatic Weeds
Biological Control of Paddy and Aquatic Weeds in Thailand
Biological Controls As Components of Integrated Weed Management for Rice in the United States
Control of Paddy Weeds by Plant Pathogens in the Philippines
Integrated Management of Aquatic Weeds in Japan
Integrated Management of Paddy Weeds in Japan
Integration of Biological Control into Ipm Systems for Aquatic Weeds
Use of the Tadpole Shrimp (Triops SPP.) As a Biological Agent to Control Paddy Weeds in Japan
Weed Management in Wet-Seeded Rice in Tropical Asia
The Relationship between Enosima Leucotaeniella and Barnyard Grass, and the Potential of E. Leucotaeniella As a Biological Control

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