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📒Research Methods In Weed Science ✍ Southern Weed Science Society (U.S.)
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📒Proceedings Of California Weed Science Society ✍ California Weed Science Society
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📒Weed Science ✍ Godfrey Pearlson
✏Weed Science Book Summary : WHAT DO WE KNOW ABOUT MARIJUANA AND HOW DO WE KNOW IT? Marijuana is the most frequently consumed illicit drug worldwide, with over 158.8 million users, according to the UN. Responding to public pressure, the US federal government is likely to legalize recreational marijuana within the next few years. With increasing numbers of people using cannabis both medically and recreationally there are many looming questions that only science can answer. These include: What's likely to happen, both good and bad, if the US legalizes marijuana? What are some simple, science-based rules to separate fact from fiction and to help guide policy in the highly contentious marijuana debate? Exactly what is cannabis doing in the brain that gets us high? A journey through THC neuroscience Does cannabis really have medical benefits - what's the evidence? To what extent does cannabis impair driving? Can smoking marijuana in adolescence affect IQ or risk for developing schizophrenia? Is marijuana safe to use during pregnancy? Reviews the endocannabinoid system and why our bodies are full of "weed receptors" Introduces readers to the various forms of marijuana: flower, dabs, hash, edibles, shatter, vapes, tinctures, oils and synthetics, THC, CBD and terpenes. Demonstrates how and why cannabis affects different people very differently. Discusses how MRI and PET scans can help show the effects of marijuana on the brain. Discusses long-term effects of adolescent and adult cannabis use. Examines the evidence for cannabis’s role in increasing the risk for schizophrenia-like illnesses.
📒Wssa Abstracts ✍ Weed Science Society of America. Meeting
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📒Research Methods In Weed Science ✍ Nyal Dwight Camper
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📒Communication Of Weed Science Technologies In Developing Countries ✍ International Plant Protection Center
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📒Textbook On Weed Science ✍ A. Veeramani
✏Textbook on Weed Science Book Summary : This book also comprises of herbicide history and its classification and characteristics with suitable examples. In addition, mode of action of herbicides, herbicide mixture, combinations, rotations, and their interaction were also given as separate chapter.
📒Weed Science ✍ Floyd M. Ashton
✏Weed science Book Summary : Mode of Action of Herbicides Second Edition Floyd M. Ashton and Alden S. Crafts Completely revised and updated version of the basic introduction to the physiology and biochemistry of chemical weed killers. It summarizes current international information on each class of herbicide, including specific information on absorption and translocation, molecular fate, biochemical responses, and mode of action. 1981 (0 471-04847-X) 525 pp. Weed Ecology Implications for Vegetation Management Steven R. Radosevich and Jodie S. Holt This is the first book to deal specifically with weeds as a biologically important class of vegetation. This important work defines the concept of a weed in biological and ecological terms, and concentrates on the crop and weed responses caused by environmental change rather than the tools used to manipulate vegetation. It develops the underlying principles for weed management from studies of the adaptations of weeds to their environment and to other plants. 1984 (0 471-87674-7) 265 pp. Crop Protection Chemicals Reference Seventh Edition Completely updated for 1991, this standard reference provides the complete text of product labels for crop protection chemicals. Professionals will learn instantly what products can best treat a particular crop problem, what quantities of the chemical to use, and under what restrictions and precautions. The book includes extensive and easily accessed indices and appendices on such matters as codings when transporting products, safety practices, calibrations, and more. 1991 (0 471-53282-7) 2,206 pp.
📒Weed Science ✍ Thomas J. Monaco
✏Weed Science Book Summary : The updated edition of the classic, fundamental book on weedscience Weed Science provides a detailed examination ofthe principles of integrated weed management with important detailson how chemical herbicides work and should be used. This revisedFourth Edition addresses recent developments affecting weedscience. These include the increased use of conservation-tillagesystems, environmental concerns about the runoff of agrochemicals,soil conservation, crop biotechnology, resistance of weeds andcrops to herbicides, weed control in nonagricultural settings andconcerns regarding invasive plants, wetland restoration, and theneed for a vastly improved understanding of weed ecology. Current management practices are covered along with guidance forselecting herbicides and using them effectively. To serve as a moreefficient reference, herbicides are cross-listed by chemical andbrand name and grouped by mechanism of action and physiologicaleffect rather than chemical structure. In addition, an introductionto organic chemistry has been added to familiarize readers withorganic herbicides. Also included are guidelines on weed-controlpractices for specific crops or situations, such as small grains,row crops, horticultural crops, lawns and turf, range land, brush,and aquatic plant life. Generously supplemented with 300 drawings, photographs, andtables, Weed Science is an essential book for students taking anintroductory course in weed science, as well as a reference foragricultural advisors, county agents, extension specialists, andprofessionals throughout the agrochemical industry.