Weed Management Systems

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Course Code: 
CRS 7119
Course Credit Units: 
Semester 1
Year of Study: 
Year 1
Undergraduate or Graduate Level: 
Graduate Level
Course Discipline: 
Course Description & Objectives: 

This course addresses aspects of weed biology and ecology and their relevance in designing appropriate weed management systems. It also discusses the interaction between weeds and climate, soils and crop plants including competition and allelopathy. The roles of preventive or suppressive methods, and cropping systems such as intercropping, rotation systems and trap cropping are also discussed. There is a detailed discussion of the herbicide mode of action and herbicides selectivity and herbicide effects on the environment. Also herbicide resistance and its management is discussed. During this course the students will write a concept paper on the broad concept of integrated weed management after reading several assigned journal papers.

Learning Outcomes: 

General objective/aim: The overall objective of this course is to equip students with knowledge and practical skills needed to improve crop productivity in Uganda. Specific objectives

  • To appreciate the importance of weed ecology and biology in designing appropriate weed management systems,
  • To understand the design and implementation of weed management systems
  • To learn how to design effective weed management programs for various cropping systems in Uganda
  • To understand the impact of weed control programs on the ecosystem
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