Parthenium

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Biology and management of Ragweed parthenium (Parthenium hysterophorous L) in ornamental crop production


How to manage Parthenium - Poster


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KNOWLEDGE FOR LIFE
Parthenium is a toxic weed which is invading Pakistan. It can be harmful to people,
crops, livestock and the environment so it is important to control it and ‘root it out’.
How to manage...
Don’t bring Parthenium onto your land or spread it.
• Plant certified seed not contaminated with Parthenium
• Wash machinery, vehicles and tools before and after using in the
field
• Don’t pack fruit and vegetables with Parthenium or...

plantwise.org

Parthenium weed control


Parthenium: Parthenium hysterophorus


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Par thenium is a vigorous species that colonises weak
pastures with sparse ground cover. It will readily colonise
disturbed, bare areas along roadsides and heavily stocked
areas around yards and watering points. Par thenium can
also colonise brigalow, gidgee and sof twood scrub soils.
Its presence reduces the reliability of improved pasture
establishment and reduces pasture production potential.
Par thenium is also a health problem as contact...

daf.qld.gov.au

Parthenium: impacts and coping strategies in Central West Asia: evidence note, March 2019


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KNOWLEDGE FOR LIFE
Parthenium: Impacts and coping
strategies in C entral West Asia
Evidence Note (March 2019 )1
Acknowledgements
The authors gratefully acknowledge the financial support of the UK’s Department for
International Development (DFID ) and the Netherlands’ Directorate -General for International
Cooperation (DGIS) for CABI’s Action on Invasives Programme, as part of which this
Evidence Note was produced. The views expressed...

invasive-species.org

Parthenium Parthenium hysterophorus


BestBet SummerPulses2014


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‘Best Bet’ IPM strategy  Summer pulse pests  Pre‐plant  
 Avoid paddocks in close proximity to other pest hosts (e.g. thrips moving from parthenium that transmit tobacco streak virus to mungbeans, or silverleaf whitefly 
moving from cucurbit and cotton crops into soybeans). 
 Avoid paddocks previously planted to crops hosting soil‐borne pests such as cutworms or nematodes,
 and observe recommended plant back periods. 
 Avoid sequential ...

ipmguidelinesforgrains.com.au

BestBet SunflowerNorth2014


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‘Best Bet’ IPM strategy  Sunflower pests – Northern region  Pre‐season  and sowing 
Monitor prior to sowing for establishment pests:use germinating seed baits and/or soil sampling. Increased risk of establishment pests and seedling loss:   history of establishment pests   high levels of retained stubble or weedy fallow   seedling emergence is slowed by cool, wet or dry conditions.  Control broadleaf weeds in‐field and around crop margins to...

ipmguidelinesforgrains.com.au

GrowNote Sunflower North 09 Diseases


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PRINCIPLES OF DISEASE MANAGEMENT | INTEGRATED DISEASE MANAGEMENT
AT THE FARM OR CROP LEVEL | STEPS TO EFFECTIVE DISEASE MANAGEMENT |
PROVIDING AN ACCURATE DIAGNOSIS | TOOLS OF THE TRADE | SUNFLOWER
DISEASES: BIOLOGY, SYMPTOMS, MANAGEMENT | BIOSECURITY AWARENESS:
POTENTIAL DISEASE THREATS FOR AUSTRALIAN SUNFLOWER | REFERENCES
AND FURTHER READING
NOR THERN
SECTION 9
DISEASES
FEBRUARY 2017
SUNFLOWER1 DIseases
seCtIon 9 SUNFLOWERS...

grdc.com.au

Natural enemy

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