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These products are hybrids of organic, inorganic (cement) and plastic (virgin HDPE and recycled LDPE) reinforced with assorted wood wastes, weeds and agricultural by-products, using adaptable and innovative manufacturing techniques. (...) Justification Development and implementation of this innovative product will alleviate poverty through the sales of agricultural residues, postharvest wastes and weeds for panel production. Furthermore, environmental degradation and pollution arising from burning and other conventional means of waste disposal will be prevented. (...) Production Process Raw materials are processed into flakes/particles and screened to remove all forms of impurities. In case of inorganic bonded boards, the flakes/particles are treated in hot water to remove extraneous materials capable of inhibiting the setting and curing of the binder.
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Score: 1670723.6 - https://sdgs.un.org/sites/defa...niversityofTechnologyAkure.pdf
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Plant Production and Protection Division: Water Weeds english FAO Home Plant Production and Protection Division Thematic sitemap Information Resources News, Events, Bulletins in Keywords Contacts NSP - Water Weeds   Water Weeds 00 00 Grass and Cyperaceae weeds rooting on water hyacinth dense stand in Lake Kyoga, Uganda. (...) Participants at the Training course on Aquatic Weed Control (TCP/RAF/0173 - Salvinia control in Senegal River). Participants at the Training course (june 2001) on Aquatic weed control conducting weed survey at a site closed to Ladré (Côte d'Ivoire).
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Score: 1582055.3 - https://www.fao.org/agricultur...odiversity/weeds/slides/ww/en/
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Plant Production and Protection Division: China - Water weeds english FAO Home Plant Production and Protection Division Thematic sitemap Information Resources News, Events, Bulletins in Keywords Contacts NSP - China - Water weeds   The problem of water weeds in China By Lucky Amarasinghe and Ricardo Labrada   Introduction The floating weed water hyacinth ( Eichhornia crassipes )is a plant native to southern America, which was introduced into China as an ornamental plant from 1960 to 1980. (...) Water hyacinth is now among the ten most harmful weeds in China and found in 19 of the country’s provinces. (...) Despite these huge inputs in terms of labour and funds for the removal of the weed, spreading in water bodies is not yet under control.
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Score: 1556019.6 - https://www.fao.org/agricultur...ersity/weeds/issues/chi-ww/pt/
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Plant Production and Protection Division: China - Water weeds english Español Página principal de la FAO División de Producción y Protección Vegetal Mapa temática del sitio Recursos de información Noticias, eventos, boletines Palabras clave Contactos NSP - China - Water weeds   The problem of water weeds in China By Lucky Amarasinghe and Ricardo Labrada   Introduction The floating weed water hyacinth ( Eichhornia crassipes )is a plant native to southern America, which was introduced into China as an ornamental plant from 1960 to 1980. (...) Water hyacinth is now among the ten most harmful weeds in China and found in 19 of the country’s provinces. (...) Despite these huge inputs in terms of labour and funds for the removal of the weed, spreading in water bodies is not yet under control.
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Score: 1550602.3 - https://www.fao.org/agricultur...ersity/weeds/issues/chi-ww/es/
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Plant Production and Protection Division: China - Water weeds english français Accueil de la FAO Division de la production végétale et de la protection des plantes Plan thématique du site Ressources en information Nouvelles, événements, bulletins Mots clés Contacts NSP - China - Water weeds   The problem of water weeds in China By Lucky Amarasinghe and Ricardo Labrada   Introduction The floating weed water hyacinth ( Eichhornia crassipes )is a plant native to southern America, which was introduced into China as an ornamental plant from 1960 to 1980. (...) Water hyacinth is now among the ten most harmful weeds in China and found in 19 of the country’s provinces. (...) Despite these huge inputs in terms of labour and funds for the removal of the weed, spreading in water bodies is not yet under control.
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Score: 1550602.3 - https://www.fao.org/agricultur...ersity/weeds/issues/chi-ww/fr/
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Gordon Harvey FORECASTING GROWTH OF WEED POPULATIONS C. Fernández - Quintanilla ECONOMICS & MANAGEMENT INFLUENCE OF WEED TIME OF EMERGENCE AND REMOVAL ON CROP YIELD LOSS Maurizio Sattin, Antonio Berti and Giuseppe Zanin PRACTICAL USE OF ECONOMIC THRESHOLDS FOR WEEDS Bärbel Gerowitt HERBICIDE USE AND TRANSGENIC CROPS RESISTANT TO HERBICIDES Baruch Rubin SYSTEMS APPROACHES IN WEED MANAGEMENT AND THE DESIGN OF WEED SUPPRESSING CROP VARIETIES M.J. (...) Agricultural Centre, Australia) 10:00 Break 10:30 Influence of time of weed emergence and removal yields. M. Satin (CEBI- CNR, Padua, Italy) 11:00 Use of simulation models in breeding competitive cultivars. (...) They are also unaware of other aspects of weed interference and the best time for weed removal.
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Score: 1463997.95 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...ination/Weeds/Docs/auldwec.pdf
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Plant Production and Protection Division: Water Hyacinth english FAO Home Plant Production and Protection Division Thematic sitemap Information Resources News, Events, Bulletins in Keywords Contacts NSP - Water Hyacinth   Water Hyacinth Presence 00 00 Landing site heavily infested by Water Hyacinth, Lake Victoria, Uganda Water Hyacinth removed at landing site, Lake Victoria, Uganda A unit for rearing Neochettina weevils, Namulonge, Uganda Checking Neochettina weevil infestation in a Water Hyacinth mat, Namulonge Research Station, Uganda Water Hyacinth at the Owen Fall electric station, Uganda Water Hyacinth removed at the electric station in Owen Fall dam, Uganda Water Hyacinth infestation in Kagera river in Rusumo, Rwanda. Water Hyacinth infestation in the Nile, Egypt Water Hyacinth infestation in a northern lake, Egypt Water Hyacinth removed in a northern lake, Egypt Fishing in site heavily infested by Water Hyacinth in a northern lake, Egypt Canals infested by Water Hyacinth in Egypt Infestation of Water Hyacinth in Chapala lake, Mexico Slight infestation of Water Hyacinth in San Jacinto dam, Bolivia Pool for rearing Neochettina weevils, San Jacinto dam, Bolivia Water Hyacinth removed and used for feeding pigs, Camaguay, Cuba Pools for rearing Neochettina weevils, Habana, Cuba Looking for Sameodes albiguttalis in Water Hyacinth, Zaza dam, Cuba Mattress done from Water Hyacinth tissues, Camaguay, Cuba Pistia stratiotes infestation Yaguayay river, Cuba Water Hyacinth infestation at landing site, Tano lagoon, Ghana Pistia stratiotes in a dam, Kumasi, Ghana Frame with Pistia stratiotes treated with Neohydronomus affinis in Kumasi,Ghana Water Hyacinth in Niger river in Mali A China-made harvester of water hyacinth. (...) Scattered Water Hyacinth infestation in a northern lake, Egypt Landing site heavily infested by Water Hyacinth, Lake Victoria, Uganda Water Hyacinth infestation in a northern lake, Egypt Water Hyacinth Mat Weeds Issues Links/Partners Directory of weed scientists from developing countries Database of weed species in crops and countries Publications Core Themes Sustainable Crop Production Intensification Pest and Pesticide Management Seeds and Plant Genetic Resources Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services Plant Production and Climate Change Horticulture and Diversification International Treaties, Conventions, Advisory Bodies     Contact us   | Terms and Conditions |  Scam Alert © FAO, 2022
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Score: 1457616.7 - https://www.fao.org/agricultur...odiversity/weeds/slides/wh/en/
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KEEPING YOU AND YOUR FAMILY HEALTHY (533) The following are some very important things that you should know to keep you and your family healthy. (534) A certain kind of mosquito and some kinds of freshwater snails carry diseases that can make you very sick. (535) If the plants or weeds in your ponds and pens or on the banks become too thick, snails and mosquitoes can live and grow very easily (...)   (536) From time to time, clean out the plants in your ponds and pens and cut the weeds and grass on the banks. Do not let the weeds and grass on the banks hang into the water so that your fish will not eat the mosquitoes and the snails. (537) Never use one of your ponds or pens as a toilet, or you and your family may become sick. (538) If you have a latrine, use it. (...) Summary YOU HAVE LEARNED HOW TO AVOID SOME DISEASES FOR YOU AND YOUR FAMILY Control snails and mosquitoes in your ponds and pens: keep the banks clean, cutting the grass regularly remove weeds, especially those growing above water level Keep ponds clean from human wastes: never use ponds or pens as a toilet walk at least 10 m away to relieve yourself place latrine at least 10 m away from any water or compost pile teach this to all your family and neighbours
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Score: 1414425.1 - https://www.fao.org/fishery/do...ng/General/t0581e/t0581e18.htm
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KEEPING YOU AND YOUR FAMILY HEALTHY (533) The following are some very important things that you should know to keep you and your family healthy. (534) A certain kind of mosquito and some kinds of freshwater snails carry diseases that can make you very sick. (535) If the plants or weeds in your ponds and pens or on the banks become too thick, snails and mosquitoes can live and grow very easily (...)   (536) From time to time, clean out the plants in your ponds and pens and cut the weeds and grass on the banks. Do not let the weeds and grass on the banks hang into the water so that your fish will not eat the mosquitoes and the snails. (537) Never use one of your ponds or pens as a toilet, or you and your family may become sick. (538) If you have a latrine, use it. (...) Summary YOU HAVE LEARNED HOW TO AVOID SOME DISEASES FOR YOU AND YOUR FAMILY Control snails and mosquitoes in your ponds and pens: keep the banks clean, cutting the grass regularly remove weeds, especially those growing above water level Keep ponds clean from human wastes: never use ponds or pens as a toilet walk at least 10 m away to relieve yourself place latrine at least 10 m away from any water or compost pile teach this to all your family and neighbours
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Score: 1414425.1 - https://www.fao.org/fishery/st...ng/General/t0581e/t0581e18.htm
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That is, when other vegetation is removed by overgrazing, clearing or ploughing and the ground is left bare, weeds establish quickly and reproduce effectively to maintain that niche. (...) However, this does not indicate a lack of importance for hand-weeding. Manual weeding is still the dominant weed control method in many parts of Asia, since management options for weed control are limited under diverse agro-ecological conditions (Kim, 2000). (...) This necessarily implies weeding with non-chemical materials but, this has to be carried out exactly at the right time to eliminate weeds during the so-called ‘critical period of weed competition.
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Score: 1403917.4 - https://www.fao.org/agricultur...ols-guidelines/what-is-iwm/en/
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