weedicide


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weedicide

(ˈwiːdɪˌsaɪd)
n
(Chemistry) a substance used to kill weeds
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Spokesman advised that farmers should resort with field staff of Extension department for use of weedicide spray to remove weeds.
Similarly, the farmers would not pay amounts on different weedicide rather they would spend money
Soon after the change of power in Sri Lanka in 2015, the new government prohibited the use of another weedicide, glyphosate, for political reasons without scientific verification.
Likewise, the farmers in the area were having largely the problems of adulteration in pesticides as they had no access to pure weedicide as and when required by them.
Further more regarding extent of adoption of wheat sowing recommendations, the well preparation of soil and best method of storage were adopted by 84.4 %, and 63.7% respondent respectively where as the respondent adopted the wheat sowing recommendations such as use of recommended seed (56.3%) and use of weedicide (55.6%) to an average extent.
Keywords: Rice Production, Environmental Efficiency, Weedicide, Fertiliser (NPK), Stochastic Translog Frontier
Raju Poosapati, Senior Vice-President at YES Bank, notes that the rush for DSR has also attracted weedicide manufacturers.
The ban on the Glyphosate weedicide has been lifted for tea and rubber industries with effect from Wednesday following the approval of President Maithripala Sirisena and Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe.
Beneficiaries from the economic ventures category received refrigerators and deep freezers, fertilisers, weedicide spraying machines, bags of rice, sugar, sewing machines, as well as grinding machines.
GMOA Assistant Secretary Dr Nalinda Herath told a news conference on Wednesday, Customs had today apprehended a consignment of illegally imported Glyphosate which was a banned weedicide in the country.
He said that scientists have discovered such weedicide agricultural medicine that are beneficial in eradication of weeds from fields of cabbage, beetroot, carrot, radish and onion and some other vegetable crops.