Physical Weed Control

Abundancia y cobertura de arvenses bajo manejo convencional y orgánico de café y banano

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Authors: 
Renán Agüero-Alvarado
Authors: 
Ana María Rodríguez-Ruiz
Authors: 
María Isabel González-Lutz
Authors: 
Pamela Portuguez-García
Authors: 
Steven Brenes-Prendas
Publisher: 
Agronomía Mesoamericana
Year: 
2018

Peanut Weed Management

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Authors: 
David Jordan
Publisher: 
NC Coorporative Extension
Year: 
2018

Effect of Different Weed Management Practices on Growth, Yield and Yield Components of Faba Bean (Vicia faba L.) In Bale Highland Conditions, Southeastern Ethiopia

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Authors: 
Kissi Wakweya
Authors: 
Reta Dargie
Publisher: 
American-Eurasian Journal for Agricultural & Environmental Science
Year: 
2017

Are You Weeding Frequently Enough to Prevent Weeds From Spreading?

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Many of the most common weeds of container nurseries flower and produce seeds within 30 days. Our research suggests that you should be removing emerged weeds every 2 to 3 weeks. This prevents rapid population growth and spread, and can reduce hand weeding labor labor costs by around 40%. For more information on reducing your weed control costs check out the information on Cost Effective Weed Control in Container Nurseries.

Authors: 
Joe Neal
Publisher: 
NC Coorporative Extension
Year: 
2018

Adjustment of Weed Hoeing to Narrowly Spaced Cereals

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Authors: 
Jannis Machleb
Authors: 
Benjamin L. Kollenda
Authors: 
Gerassimos G. Peteinatos
Authors: 
Roland Gerhards
Publisher: 
Agriculture
Year: 
2018

Growing Pears in Virginia

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Authors: 
Richard Marini
Publisher: 
Virginia Cooperative Extension
Year: 
2014

North Carolina Extension Gardener Handbook: Organic Gardening

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Authors: 
Aimee Colf
Authors: 
Lucy Bradley
Authors: 
Frank Louws
Authors: 
David Orr
Publisher: 
North Carolina Cooperative Extension
Year: 
2017

Producing Tree Fruit for Home Use

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Growing tree fruit in the home garden or yard can be a rewarding pastime. However, careful planning, preparation, and care of the trees are essential for success. This publication tells you what to consider before planting, how to plant your trees, and how to take care of them to ensure many seasons of enjoyment.

Authors: 
Michael Parker
Publisher: 
North Carolina Cooperative Extension
Year: 
2017

North Carolina Extension Gardener Handbook: Small Fruits

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Table of Contents:

  1. Objectives
  2. Introduction
  3. Strawberries
  4. Blackberries and Raspberries (Brambles or Caneberries)
  5. Blueberries
  6. Grapes
  7. Kiwis
  8. Case Study—Think IPM: Berry Problems
  9. Frequently Asked Questions
  10. Further Reading
  11. Chapter Text Hyperlinks
  12. For More Information
    1. NC State and NC Cooperative Extension publications
    2. Internet Resources
  13. Contributors
Authors: 
Gina Fernandez
Authors: 
Bill Cline
Authors: 
Bill Cline
Authors: 
Hannah Burrack
Publisher: 
North Carolina Cooperative Extension
Year: 
2017
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