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Expanding the Context of Weed Management

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        PublishersHaworth Press
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        LC ClassificationsMarch 1999
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 71 p. :
        Number of Pages94
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        ISBN 101560220627
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1 As France speeds up its efforts towards Expanding the Context of Weed Management phase-out, other like-minded Member States seem eager to discuss next steps and share approaches in the exit plan for glyphosate.

Expanding the Context of Weed Management will help you cut this cost with the latest methods of effective weed control. This means moving from a logic of complete extermination, with associated biodiversity loss, to rather managing weeds in line with the EU Directive on Sustainable use of Pesticides. In all cases, fundamental ecology and evolution have the potential to offer new insights into herbicide resistance evolution and management.

PAN Europe has published an updated edition of its as a contribution to the ongoing discussions among some Member States, led by France, on phasing out glyphosate and promoting alternatives. The emerging fields of eco-evolutionary dynamics and applied evolutionary biology offer a means to achieve this goal and to consider herbicide resistance in a broader and sometimes novel context. Keywords: eco-evolutionary dynamics; evolutionary biology; fitness; gene flow; herbicide resistance; selection.

Presents innovative approaches to weeds and weed management. Presents innovative approaches to weeds and weed management. Expanding the Context of Weed Management is your key to the latest economically and environmentally friendly methods of managing weeds. Intended for agronomists, weed scientists, crop advisors, environmentalists, students, and crop ecologists,this book provides a successful and environmentally sound perspective on weeds and their control.

This practical volume contains a series of review articles and original research that present innovative approaches to weeds and weed management.

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This PAN shows that there is already knowledge and tools available to replace widespread herbicide use. Expanding the Context of Weed Management teaches you how to optimize Expanding the Context of Weed Management crop production and profit by integrating preventive techniques, scientific knowledge, and management skills into your current farming routine.

Expanding the Context of Weed Management will help you cut this cost with the latest methods of effective weed control. Expanding the Context of Weed Management teaches you how to optimize your crop production and profit by integrating preventive techniques, scientific knowledge, and management skills into your current farming routine.

Weed Thresholds: Theory and Applicability, Ecological Implications of Using Thresholds for Weed Management, Increasing Crop Competitiveness to Weeds Through Crop Breeding, Genetic Approach to the Development of Cover Crops for Weed Management, Improving Soil Quality: Implications for Weed Management, Soil Microorganisms for Weed Management, Soil Weed Seed Banks and Weed Management, A Risk Management Perspective on Integrated Weed Management, Maximizing Efficacy and Economics of Mechanical Weed Control in Row Crops Through Forecasts of Wee, Emergence, Multi-Year Evaluation of Model-Based Weed Control Under Variable Crop and Tillage Conditions, Knowledge-Based Decision Support Strategies: Linking Spatial and Temporal Components Within Site-Specifi, Weed Management, Development of Weed IPM: Levels of Integration for Weed Management.

ContentsExpanding the Context of Weed Management Weed Thresholds: Theory and Applicability Ecological Implications of Using Thresholds for Weed Management Increasing Crop Competitiveness to Weeds Through Crop Breeding Genetic Approach to the Development of Cover Crops for Weed Management Improving Soil Quality: Implications for Weed Management Soil Microorganisms for Weed Management Soil Weed Seed Banks and Weed Management A Risk Management Perspective on Integrated Weed Management Maximizing Efficacy and Economics of Mechanical Weed Control in Row Crops Through Forecasts of Weed Emergence Multi-Year Evaluation of Model-Based Weed Control Under Variable Crop and Tillage Conditions Knowledge-Based Decision Support Strategies: Linking Spatial and Temporal Components Within Site-Specific Weed Management Development of Weed IPM: Levels of Integration for Weed Management Index ts Within Site-Specific Weed Management Development of Weed IPM: Levels of Integration for Weed Management Index• Intended for agronomists, weed scientists, crop advisors, environmentalists, students, and crop ecologists, this book provides a successful and environmentally sound perspective on weeds and their control.

You will explore the biological, cultural, mechanical, and preventive tools and techniques that are necessary to successfully manage weeds. PAN Europe welcomes this French initiative. The potential for human-driven evolution in economically and environmentally important organisms in medicine, agriculture and conservation management is now widely recognised. You will explore the biological, cultural, mechanical, and preventive tools and techniques that are necessary to successfully manage weeds.

This practical volume contains a series of review articles and original research that present innovative approaches to weeds and weed management.