Integrated Cropping Systems for Weed Management.
Harker, K.N. and Blackshaw, R.E. (2009). "Integrated Cropping Systems for Weed Management.", Prairie Soils and Crops, 2:8.
Integrated cropping systems are becoming more popular on the Canadian Prairies. Research that documents weed management, crop production, and the economic benefits of single and combined optimal agronomic practices is on-going and is currently being adopted by forward-thinking and innovative growers. These weed management approaches have proven to be effective. There are however, plenty of opportunities to study and improve current systems at both research and farm levels. The continued improvement, extension, uptake and feedback of these systems play a key role in increasing the viability, sustainability and competitiveness of our crop industry.
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