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Difficult weed in Kenya coffee, a review

by Nyabundi, K.W; Kimemia, J.K.
Publisher: Oct 1998Subject(s): COFFEA ARABICA | MALEZAS | CONTROL DE MALEZAS | DIGITARIA SCALURUM | CYPERUS | PENNISETUM CLANDESTINUM | CYNODON DACTYLON | OXALIS | COMMELINA BENGHALENSIS | PARTHENIUM HYSTEROPHORUS | BIDENS PILOSA | HERBICIDAS | RESISTENCIA A PRODUCTOS QUIMICOS | KENIA | COFFEA ARABICA | WEEDS | CYPERUS | PENNISETUM CLANDESTINUM | CYNODON DACTYLON | OXALIS | BIDENS PILOSA | HERBICIDES | RESISTANCE TO CHEMICALS | KENYA | COFFEA ARABICA | MAUVAISE HERBE | CYPERUS | PENNISETUM CLANDESTINUM | CYNODON DACTYLON | OXALIS | BIDENS PILOSA | HERBICIDE | RESISTANCE AUX PRODUITS CHIMIQUES | KENYA In: Kenya Coffee (Kenia) v. 63(744) p. 2747-2751Summary: The growth habits and/or morphology of some weed species make them difficult to control. Others develop tolerance to chemicals due to incorrect and/or prolonged use of herbicides. Climatic conditions, cultural practices and land use systems may also encourage difficult weeds or render some species difficult to control. This paper reviews the main aspects of the weed problem in coffee, some difficult weed species and some control methods
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The growth habits and/or morphology of some weed species make them difficult to control. Others develop tolerance to chemicals due to incorrect and/or prolonged use of herbicides. Climatic conditions, cultural practices and land use systems may also encourage difficult weeds or render some species difficult to control. This paper reviews the main aspects of the weed problem in coffee, some difficult weed species and some control methods

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