Weeds of rice in Indonesia

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Published by Balai Pustaka in Jakarta, Indonesia .

Written in English

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  • Weeds -- Indonesia.,
  • Rice -- Indonesia.

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Statementeditors, Mohamad Soerjani, A.J.G.H. Kostermans, Gembong Tjitrosoepomo.
ContributionsSoerjani, Mohamad, 1932-, Kostermans, A. J. G. H. 1906-, Tjitrosoepomo, Gembong., Regional Center for Tropical Biology (Bogor, Indonesia), Stichting der Nederlandse Universiteiten en Hogescholen voor Internationale Samenwerking.
The Physical Object
Paginationxvi, 716 p. :
Number of Pages716
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15539293M
ISBN 109794070041, 9068320637

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This book comprises 5 chapters namely: an introduction to the weeds of rice in Indonesia; rice cultivation in Indonesia; ecology of weeds of rice; weed descriptions, ecology and control; and descriptions of seedlings. A glossary and indexes to scientific and vernacular weed names are included.

In this handbook on weeds of rice, the identification and understanding of the kinds of weeds in Indonesia are dealt with. For over weeds e.g. broad-leaved weeds, Cyperaceae and Poaceae, the synonyms, vernacular names, a description of the plant, its origin and distribution, ecology propagation and dispersal, agricultural importance Weeds of rice in Indonesia book control measures are given.

Weeds reported to occur in rice in Indonesia Weeds reported to occur in rice in Kampuchea Readers of this book are well aware that weeds are an important constraint to rice production and of major economic importance to rice farmers in South and Southeast Asia.

A great deal of work has been done on weed control. Weeds have been a persistent problem in rice since the beginning of settled agricul- ture.

For Asia as a whole, weeds cause an estimated % reduction in rice yields- equivalent to about 50 million tons of rough rice annually.

Traditionally, rice farmers have managed weeds. and adoption of various rice weed management technologies, weed problems countries, a book on “Weed management in Rice in the Asian-Pacific Region” is considered appropriate, as a part of commemoration of 50 Years ( – ) in this Canada, Greece, Indonesia, Malaysia, Pakistan, Singapore and Sri Lanka (1 each).

On the other hand, upland rice and rainfed lowland rice with limited precipitation face severe competition with C4 weeds.

Appears in 2 books from Page 1 - Yield losses due to uncontrolled weed growth in different types of rice culture in the Philippines (sources: IRRI to ).4/5(1).

Recently weeds having mimics with rice, perennial and other weeds which propagate by vegetative means are emerging as major threat. Weeds cause yield losses from 15 to 76% in rice crop. What Rice Farmers Say About Weeds • Weeds is rank as 1st or 2nd problem in rice • Weed management in rice is challenging, complex, expensive, and regulated • Herbicide is the preferred method of controlling weed and it is the first and probably the last line of defense • Farmers are not quit sure if herbicides are working well –.

Main weeds of rice in Asia. Grasses: Some important grass weeds. Sedges: 4 most important sedge weeds. Broad-leaved: Some important broadleaf weeds: Developed with input from MA Bell, JF Rickman, and V Balasubramanian. Photos from: Mueller, K.E. Field Problems of Tropical Rice.

rice (HR-ric e) are to: (1) imp rove control of weeds specificall y as sociated with rice, such as weedy Oryza s pecies; (2) subst itute cu rrently us ed herbi cides with new ones t hat are m ore. The UC IPM Weed Photo Gallery includes many, but not all, weed species commonly found in California farms and landscapes.

Choose a category below or skip to a LIST OF ALL WEEDS. Identify your weeds. Broadleaf. Leaves are wide, veins branch out in different directions. 1. Introduction. Rice (Oryza sativa L.) is one of the world's most important staple food crops (Kumar and Ladha,Rao et al., ).It is the primary source of income and employment for more than million households in Asia and Africa ().It is grown on million hectares (m ha) in countries, ranging from the flood plains of Bangladesh to the Himalayan foothills of Nepal, and from.

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Major weeds of rice in south and southeast Asia. Los Banos, Philippines: International Rice Research Institute, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Keith Moody; International Rice Research Institute.

Integrated weed management practices in rice include: Land preparation: Thorough land preparation can significantly decrease the incidence of weeds in rice by destroying all weeds and weed seeds to provide weed-free conditions at the time of planting, and providing a good environment for rapid growth of rice seedlings.

Allelopathic potential of rice can play an important role in improving the efficacy and sustainability of weed control, particularly in rice and generally in other crops.

For example, growing rice cultivars possessing an allelopathic potential can help suppress the weeds in rice. Try the new Google Books. Check out the new look and enjoy easier access to your favorite features.

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Caton Full view - Bibliographic. Weedy rice, also known as red rice, is a variety of rice that produces far fewer grains per plant than cultivated rice and is therefore considered a name "weedy rice" is used for all types and variations of rice which show some characteristic features of cultivated rice and grow as weeds in commercial rice fields.

Rice production in Indonesia is an important part of the national sia is the third-largest producer of rice in the world. Rice was the staple food in the Indonesian diet, accounting for more than half of the calories in the average diet, and the source of livelihood for about 20 million households, or about million people, in the late s.

Rice cultivation covered a total. Learn about grasses, sedges, and broad-leaved weeds commonly infesting rice fields in Asia. Manual weed control. Control weed proliferation cleanly and thoroughly by knowing how to hand weed appropriately. Mechanical weed control.

Cultivate, uproot, and bury weeds with the use of mechanical tools such as rotating hoe (rotary or conical weeder). Integrated management of Rice Tungro Disease (RTD) by combining the appropriate planting time and cultivar rotation has successfully controlled the disease in South Sulawesi, Indonesia.

By the early ’s, about 10 years after the management was implemented, tungro disease incidence was so low that the integrated management was no longer strictly implemented and eventually abandoned. The distribution of the most common rice weeds is documented in tables and figures.

• Many dominant weeds were problems already 30 years ago. • Leptochloa species seem to become increasing problem weeds in several parts of the world.

A few weeds in rice are not well defined taxonomically such as Echinochloa species and weedy rice biotypes. The increase of rice acreages. Rice (Oryza sativa L.) is the main staple food for a great part of the world population, and together with corn and wheat represents most of the cereals produced and grown worldwide [].With the growth of the world population, especially in East Asian countries, there are concerns about if rice production will be sufficient to meet the demand in the future [].

Rice in Africa (INGER-Africa) and the Inland Valley Consortium (IVC). It also supports the (>80%) and without insect damage or contaminants (weed seeds, stones, other seed types). • Avoidseedofmixedvarieties.

Good drainage. 8 Growing upland rice: a production handbook – Africa Rice Center (WARDA). Rice (Oryza sativa) is one of the predominant cereal crops of Nepal. It is cultivated mainly during June-July. A major challenge faced by farmers is the emergence of a wide variety of weed floras.

Growing lowland rice: a production handbook – Africa Rice Center (WARDA) 7 Choice of seed • Use good quality seeds with no insect damage and no contaminants (weed seeds, stones, other seed types) with high percentage of viability (>80%).

Sources to contact for good quality seed • StateAgriculturalDevelopment Project (ADP) that includes rice. Rice is the staple (main) food for most Indonesians. And Indonesia grows lots of rice. It is the third largest producer of rice in the world.

Rice is grown all over Indonesia. Corn, sago, cassava, and sweet potatoes are also common. Sago is a powdery starch made from the soft and spongy pith found inside the trunk of the Sago Palm.

Rice is one of the most important crop in the world. The main production countries are China, India, Indonesia, Bangladesh, Viet Nam. Becides the Asian countries, rice is also welcomed as staple food in South America and Africa countries.

Weed control is important in rice cultivation. Main weeds are grassy weed, broadleaf weed and sedges. Introduction. Dry-seeded rice (DSR) is an emerging rice production system in the northwestern Indo-Gangetic Plains amidst a looming water crisis and labor scarcity [].Weeds are among the most important biological constraints to successful production of DSR and, therefore, the cultivation of DSR warrants intensive use of herbicides for weed control [].

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Rice is one of the foodstuffs produced from rice. Weed management is critical for realizing optimal yield of direct-seeded rice (DSR).

The objective of this review was to synthesize the published literature on weeds and weed management in rice in Karnataka, identify improved weed-management technologies for delivery to farmers, and suggest research needs.

Book Detail: Weed Management Language: English Pages: Author: TNAU Price: Free Outline of Weed Management Weeds – harmful and beneficial effects Classification of weeds Propagation and dissemination of weed seeds Weed biology and ecology Crop-weed association, crop-weed competition and allelopathy Methods of weed control – physical & cultural Methods of weed control – chemical.

AMERICAN ANTHROPOLOGIST [N. s., 50, In this connection, Copeland62 mentions wild rice as the most annoying weed in Philippine rice fields. M&ne,63 writing in regard to introducing “le riz sec to of Asia He Asia. Wet Rice Production.

Indonesia has all the requirements for wet rice production: high temperature – Indonesia’s tropical climate is perfect. correct soil – Volcanic soil gives a high yield. water – Indonesia’s yearly rainfall is more than enough. labor – Indonesia’s large rural population provides manpower to do all the work manually.

UC IPM Pest Management Guidelines: Rice UC ANR Publication K. Al-Khatib, Plant Sciences, UC Davis. J.W. Eckert (emeritus), Plant Sciences, UC Davis. Fischer. Rice, edible starchy cereal grain and the plant by which it is produced.

Roughly one-half of the world population, including virtually all of East and Southeast Asia, is wholly dependent upon rice as a staple food; 95 percent of the world’s rice crop is eaten by humans.

Three of BATAN’s 23 new rice varieties, for example, are now being widely cultivated in different regions around the country. Known as Bestari, Inpari Sidenuk, and Mustaban, these rice plants were selected because they can produce, on average, more than % more rice in a shorter time than other local varieties.

Indonesia is the largest palm oil producer in the world, accounting for half of global production. Indonesia’s palm oil production overtook Malaysia’s around due to rapid expansion of its oil palm plantation area (FAOSTAT, ).

0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 Pr od. Today, rice (Oryza species) feeds more than half the world's population and accounts for 20 percent of the world's total calorie gh a staple in diets worldwide, rice is central to the economy and landscape of wider East Asian, Southeast Asian, and.

Rice is the seed of two grass species: Oryza sativa (Asian rice) and Oryza glaberrima (African rice).Although there are two species, there are o varieties found across the world. Long grain, Basmati, wild, and jasmine are just some of the popular types of rice. 95% of the world’s rice is eaten by humans and over half of the world’s population is dependent on rice as a staple food.Weed density, weed dry weight and weed control efficiency.

Number of grasses, sedges and broadleaf weeds in SRI during. dry season, (a) At 50 DAT (b) At harvest. Phytotoxicity of herbicide on rice plants and weeds. Correlation between weed dry weight, agronomic characters, grain yield and yield components.

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