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Poverty, hunger, environmental degradation and climate change can be mitigated with the production of environmentally friendly value added panel products from agricultural wastes and weeds. These products can stand as alternative to wood products demands for construction industries; and can increase farmers’ income, prosperity, and alleviate poverty. 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.
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Score: 1553790 - https://sdgs.un.org/sites/defa...niversityofTechnologyAkure.pdf
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In India, an extensive outbreak of weed dermatitis caused by Parthenium allergy involving around 1,000 patients and including some deaths has been reported. (...) This is easily done when the soil is wet. Uprooting the weed after seed setting will increase the area of infestation. (...) Also, development of resistance against commonly used herbicides needs to be monitored. Lastly, utilization aspects of the weed as green manure, growth inhibitor and phagostimulant in medicines should be promoted so that the population is controlled through exploitation.
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Score: 1493506.1 - https://www.fao.org/forestry/1...9b6870b0f4504a121e56b4273f.pdf
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Plant Production and Protection Division: Africa and Latin America - Water weeds english FAO Home Plant Production and Protection Division Thematic sitemap Information Resources News, Events, Bulletins in Keywords Contacts NSP - Africa and Latin America - Water weeds   The problem of water weeds in Africa and Latin America Lutte Integree Contre la Jacinthe d'Eau et Autres Plantes Aquatiques Nuisibles , Palais des Congrès, Bamako , Mali. 8 - 11 Avril 1997. (...) Su rápida reproducción, sobre todo asexual, así como la ausencia de enemigos naturales en los nuevos lugares de su introducción, han provocado la rápida diseminación de la planta a diversos cuerpos acuáticos cubriendo extensas áreas de los mismos. [ more ] Management of Problematic Aquatic Weeds in Africa , Report, FAO, Rome, 2002. Plants that are beneficial in their homeland, once they are introduced - accidentally, or intentionally - into other parts of the world, may become weed problems. (...) Ces ennemis naturels contribuent à prévenir la croissance incontrôlée des populations des plantes auxquelles ils sont associés. [ more ] Weeds Issues Publications Links/Partners   Database of weed species in crops and countries Directory of weed scientists from developing countries Slide Show 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: 1482825.2 - https://www.fao.org/agricultur...ersity/weeds/issues/aal-ww/pt/
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Plant Production and Protection Division: Africa and Latin America - 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 - Africa and Latin America - Water weeds   The problem of water weeds in Africa and Latin America Lutte Integree Contre la Jacinthe d'Eau et Autres Plantes Aquatiques Nuisibles , Palais des Congrès, Bamako , Mali. 8 - 11 Avril 1997. (...) Su rápida reproducción, sobre todo asexual, así como la ausencia de enemigos naturales en los nuevos lugares de su introducción, han provocado la rápida diseminación de la planta a diversos cuerpos acuáticos cubriendo extensas áreas de los mismos. [ more ] Management of Problematic Aquatic Weeds in Africa , Report, FAO, Rome, 2002. Plants that are beneficial in their homeland, once they are introduced - accidentally, or intentionally - into other parts of the world, may become weed problems. (...) Ces ennemis naturels contribuent à prévenir la croissance incontrôlée des populations des plantes auxquelles ils sont associés. [ more ] Weeds Issues Publications Links/Partners   Database of weed species in crops and countries Directory of weed scientists from developing countries Slide Show Core Themes Intensificación sostenible de la producción agrícola Gestión de plagas y de plaguicidas Semillas y recursos fitogenéticos Biodiversidad y servicios de ecosistema NSP y el Cambio Climático Horticultura y la diversificacion Tratados internacionales, convenios y órganos asesores     Contact us   | Terms and Conditions |  Scam Alert © FAO, 2022
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Score: 1473295.1 - https://www.fao.org/agricultur...ersity/weeds/issues/aal-ww/es/
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Plant Production and Protection Division: Africa and Latin America - 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 - Africa and Latin America - Water weeds   The problem of water weeds in Africa and Latin America Lutte Integree Contre la Jacinthe d'Eau et Autres Plantes Aquatiques Nuisibles , Palais des Congrès, Bamako , Mali. 8 - 11 Avril 1997. (...) Su rápida reproducción, sobre todo asexual, así como la ausencia de enemigos naturales en los nuevos lugares de su introducción, han provocado la rápida diseminación de la planta a diversos cuerpos acuáticos cubriendo extensas áreas de los mismos. [ more ] Management of Problematic Aquatic Weeds in Africa , Report, FAO, Rome, 2002. Plants that are beneficial in their homeland, once they are introduced - accidentally, or intentionally - into other parts of the world, may become weed problems. (...) Ces ennemis naturels contribuent à prévenir la croissance incontrôlée des populations des plantes auxquelles ils sont associés. [ more ] Weeds Issues Publications Links/Partners   Database of weed species in crops and countries Directory of weed scientists from developing countries Slide Show Core Themes Intensification durable des cultures Lutte contre les organismes nuisibles et gestion des pesticides Semences et ressources phytogénétiques Diversité biologique et services écosystemiques NSP et le changement climatique Horticulture et diversification Traités internationaux, conventions, organes consultatifs     Contact us   | Terms and Conditions |  Scam Alert © FAO, 2022
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Score: 1473295.1 - https://www.fao.org/agricultur...ersity/weeds/issues/aal-ww/fr/
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Microsoft Word - WTACCARM10_LEG_19 GOVERNMENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF ARMENIA DECREE # 171 Yerevan, March 11, 1998 On Establishment of Agrarian Regulations In accordance with second clause of the law “On agrarian state inspections” of the Republic of Armenia, the government of the Republic of Armenia issued the following resolution: To establish a) agricultural regulations (enclosed) b) cattle-breeding regulations (enclosed) c) regulations for exploitation of agricultural technology (enclosed) d) the list of permitted toxins and biological facilities which can be used in order to struggle against agricultural plant pests, weeds, and diseases; forestry, decorative and flower (enclosed) e) the list of plant pests, diseases, and weeds which have quarantine significance for the Republic of Armenia (enclosed) f) the list of plants and agricultural products, seeds, and landing materials, which are considered to be objects of quarantine with the object of quarantine safety securing (enclosed) Prime minister of the Republic of Armenia R. (...) The following is prohibited a) the usage of toxins and biological facilities not in the list of permitted toxins and biological facilities which can be used in order to struggle against agricultural plant pests, weeds, and diseases; forestry, decorative and flower, as well as lack of the certificate of compliance b) storage of fertilizers, toxins, and biologic preparations in storehouses and premises which do not comply with the sanitary and phyto-sanitary norms c) storage of fertilizers, toxins, and biologic preparations together with food products, their joined transportation d) selling of agricultural products, which contain inadmissible portion of toxins and fertilizers III. (...) Struggle against widespread and quarantine diseases of plants, pests, and weeds 7. Agronomic entities and individuals, engaged in agriculture are required to perform the following instructions: a) package of measures used for struggle against widespread and quarantine diseases of plants, pests, and weeds, most harmful in agriculture. b) not exceeding the allowed concentration of toxins in land and agricultural products c) examination by quarantine inspection of plants, agricultural products, landing materials, transport, and package as a subject of quarantine 8.
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Score: 1442783.2 - https://www.wto.org/english/th..._e/arm_e/WTACCARM10_LEG_19.pdf
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Can be used to control weeds and pests. Cover crops are grown during fallow periods, between harvest and planting of commercial crops, utilizing the residual soil moisture. (...) Provide "biological tillage" of the soil; the roots of some crops, especially cruciferous crops, like oil radish are pivotal and able to penetrate compacted or very dense layers, increasing water percolation capacity of the soil. Utilizing easily leached nutrients (especially N). (...) We have seen their importance for nutrient recycling; but they also have a physical and, perhaps, an allelopathic effect on weeds, depressing their incidence and leading to a reduction in agrochemical use and thus in production costs.
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Score: 1366823 - https://www.fao.org/conservati...ractice/soil-organic-cover/en/
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This includes the range of organisms above and below ground that can harm or help agriculture, such as pests , diseases, and weeds ; pollinators and biological control organisms ; and the many organisms controlling nutrient cycling . (...) AGP supports FAO Members in the management, through an ecosystem approach, of crop and crop-associated biodiversity by inter alia : promoting wild relatives of crops, on-farm conservation and utilization of land races; and promoting the conservation and sustainable management of pollinators, to sustain agricultural productivity and enhance livelihoods Sustainable Management of Crop and Crop-Associated Biodiversity Crop and Crop Associated Biodiversity Ecological Intensification Weeds Pollination Soil Pest Regulation 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: 1364840.2 - https://www.fao.org/agricultur...map/theme/biodiversity/cab/en/
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This includes the range of organisms above and below ground that can harm or help agriculture, such as pests , diseases, and weeds ; pollinators and biological control organisms ; and the many organisms controlling nutrient cycling . (...) AGP supports FAO Members in the management, through an ecosystem approach, of crop and crop-associated biodiversity by inter alia : promoting wild relatives of crops, on-farm conservation and utilization of land races; and promoting the conservation and sustainable management of pollinators, to sustain agricultural productivity and enhance livelihoods Sustainable Management of Crop and Crop-Associated Biodiversity Crop and Crop Associated Biodiversity Ecological Intensification Weeds Pollination Soil Pest Regulation 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: 1364840.2 - https://www.fao.org/agricultur...map/theme/biodiversity/cab/ir/
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This includes the range of organisms above and below ground that can harm or help agriculture, such as pests , diseases, and weeds ; pollinators and biological control organisms ; and the many organisms controlling nutrient cycling . (...) AGP supports FAO Members in the management, through an ecosystem approach, of crop and crop-associated biodiversity by inter alia : promoting wild relatives of crops, on-farm conservation and utilization of land races; and promoting the conservation and sustainable management of pollinators, to sustain agricultural productivity and enhance livelihoods Sustainable Management of Crop and Crop-Associated Biodiversity Crop and Crop Associated Biodiversity Ecological Intensification Weeds Pollination Soil Pest Regulation 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: 1364840.2 - https://www.fao.org/agricultur...map/theme/biodiversity/cab/ar/
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