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Published in Scientific Papers. Series B. Horticulture., Vol. LVII
Written by Elena CATANĂ, Gheorghe CÂMPEANU, Nicolae ATANASIU, Gabriela NEAŢĂ, Vasilica MANEA, Constantin-Florin IACOB

In vegetable cultures appears weeds which are perceived to be harmful to the culture. Weed infestation lowers its production through competition for soil resources and light, which can lead to underdevelopment of plant and / or inability to best use. Traditionally, removing weeds from crops is done by digging and hoeing. Usually, the crops still found some weed, with a low density which does not affect the production. In order to increase vegetable productivity different methods were used to eliminate weeds in crops. Among these biodynamic methods with sand or dry soil ash 1:9, the most effective methods are associations with chicken and tomatoes and heat weeding.

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