Monitoring and Control

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Nutsedge in leeks

Yellow nutsedge is no ordinary weed for a number of reasons:

  • It belongs to the sedge family, which is why graminicides (=grass-weed herbicides) are not effective against it.
  • There are no effective herbicides for many crops.
  • Basically, it propagates vegetatively (via tubers).
  • The tubers are dispersed everywhere via machinery, vehicles, footwear, etc.
  • The number of tubers in the soil of an infested field increases rapidly.

Contacts

Weed science in Field Crops and Viticulture - Changins

Vegetable Growing - W├Ądenswil

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