Principles of Sustainable Weed Management for Croplands



Principles of Sustainable Weed Management for Croplands Related

Applying the Principles of Sustainable Farming:: This publication discusses the principles of environmental, economic, and social sustainability, and provides practical examples of how to apply them on the farm. [PDF]

A Review of Non-Chemical Weed Management:: Organic farmers cite weed control as the most significant problem they encounter. This article discusses possible solutions in depth. [PDF]

Weed Management for Developing Countries:: Information from the FAO on improved weed management, problem weeds in crop and non-crop situations and management options and perspectives.

Weed Management in Grain Legumes: Peas, Beans and Lupins:: Technical note including weed management by husbandry, rotational and reactive physical methods for organic farming, as well as with herbicides. [PDF]

Sustainable Soil Management:: This publication covers basic soil properties and the necessary management steps toward building and maintaining healthy soils, with a list of further resources. [PDF]

Sustainable Soil Management:: This publication covers basic soil properties and the necessary management steps toward building and maintaining healthy soils, with a list of further resources. [PDF]

CSIRO Sustainable Ecosystems: Pest Management:: Many foreign plants and animals have established themselves in Australia. CSIRO research aims to understand how such introduced pests as foxes, rodents and rabbits interact with the environment and how to control them.

Sustainable Soil Management: An Achievable Goal:: Describes the EU concepts for active soil management.

Sustainable Strawberry Soil Management Without Methyl Bromide.:: The phase-out of methyl bromide threatens the sustainability of the New Zealand strawberry industry. A project is under way to find alternative soil fumigants or other management practices.

Behavioral Principles of Livestock Handling:: Information regarding livestock handling and stress reduction.

  • New Additions: Weeds
Western Society of Weed Science
Weed Research and Information Center
Weed Science Society of America
Weed Management for Developing Countries