Control of broad leaf weeds in wheat crop
Wheat crop has the problem of broad leaf weeds along with narrow leaf weeds. These weeds include bathua, buckthorn, motha grass, forest butter, akari, wild oats, krishnanil, etc. Their excess reduces the yield of wheat by 35 to 40 percent. If you are cultivating wheat, then get information about controlling broad leaf weeds occurring in it from here.
Main broad leaf weeds in wheat crop
Bathua, Senji, Wild Spinach, Akari, Wild Pea, Doodhi, Chicory, Krishnanil, Deer Khuri, Satyanashi
While preparing the field it is necessary to do deep plowing once. This will destroy the weeds already present in the field.
If the problem of weeds is more in the field, then before sowing, apply 400 grams of pendimethalin per acre of land.
Do weeding and hoeing in the field 2 to 3 times at an interval of few days.
Spray 400 gm of Pendimethalin per acre of field within 3 days of sowing. This will reduce weeds.
To control various broad-leaf weeds, spray 1 ml stamp per liter of water.
Spray sulfosulfuron or clodinafop in the field about 1 month after sowing.
Get information about the work to be done in wheat crop of 40 to 45 days from here.
See the methods of controlling weeds from here.
We hope that by adopting the medicines and other methods mentioned in this post, you can easily control broad leaf weeds in wheat crop. If you liked this information, then like this post and also share it with other farmer friends. So that more and more farmers can take advantage of it. Ask us your questions related to this through comments.
21 September 2021
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