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Alang-alang control in immature rubber


, : Alang-alang control in immature rubber. Proceedings of 5th Asian Pacific Weed Science Society Conference, Tokyo, Japan, 1975: 374-379

One of the most troublesome weeds in plantation crops in South-East Asia is Imperata cylindrica (alang-alang). Its complete eradication in immature rubber is of primary importance in ensuring the normal growth of the trees. Mechanical eradication by hand or by tractor ploughing is difficult and costly. Chemical control has proved to be the most efficient method of eradication. This paper describes an experiment on alang-alang control in immature rubber.

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