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Biological weed control in groundnut

Biological Control of weeds in groundnut

  • Improved and competitive grasses like Setaria, Guinea grasses should be planted after herbicide application.
  • Common purslane plants that have been attacked by the purslane sawfly produce fewer seeds and are much less competitive with garden and crop plants.
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