Plant Health Archives, Volume 1, Issue 1 : 03-04. Doi : 10.54083/PHA/1.1.2023/03-04
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Published on : 20-Apr-2023

Climate Smart Weed Management Practices

  • Suhrid Teli
  • Dept. of Agronomy, College of Agriculture Tripura, Lembucherra, West Tripura (799 210), India
  • Abhijit Saha
  • Dept. of Agronomy, College of Agriculture Tripura, Lembucherra, West Tripura (799 210), India
  • Bobilan Debbarma
  • Dept. of Agronomy, College of Agriculture Tripura, Lembucherra, West Tripura (799 210), India

Abstract

Climate changes are rapidly occurring due to anthropogenic activities. Human activities contribute to global warming by increasing greenhouse gases which are the main factors of extreme climate change. This change increases competition between weeds and crops. Most troublesome weeds are responsive to grow with increasing CO2 gas then crop. Also, high atmospheric temperature helps to reduce uptake of herbicide due to more diffusion and rapidly dry droplets. There is an inevitable need to study how changing climate conditions are affecting crop-weed competition, weed life and herbicide effectiveness in order to create adaptation and mitigation plans for changing climatic scenario. The overall objective of this article is to portray smart weed management approaches under climate change scenario resulting high productivity of crops and more returns for farmers alongwith an effective maintenance of the weeds.

Keywords

Climate smart, Management, Weed, Weed control

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