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STUDY ON WEEDS OF WHEAT CROP FIELD IN TILDA, RAIPUR CHHATTISGARH

*Poornima Pathare

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The wheat cropping system is very important in India. Also, the weed infestation is a major problem in the productivity of wheat. The present work is based on field research conducted from March, 2018 to April, 2018 in Tilda (Raipur) region of Chhattisgarh state, India. Multiple field visits were performed to investigate weed species in wheat crop. The plants were identified with the help of available literature and through comparison with the already identified plant species. Data inventory has been documented in the form of family, Botanical name, vernacular name, life form and habit. Total (36) weed species were collected, related to (35) genera and (18) families. Maximum number of species were of family Poaceae (7 species) followed by family Asteraceae (6 species) and Fabaceae (04 species). Out of the 36 weed species, there were 29 annuals and 02 perennials 5 annual/perennial. This study will be helpful as an additional tool in maintaining the floristic composition of Tilda (Raipur) region as well as in controlling the weed problem. From this survey the two weeds Specific for the rabi wheat field and not from other crop fields the Tulsi (Tilda), i.e. chenopodium album Li and gajar ghass.

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