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Allelopathy in Crop Production

Shamsher S. Narwal

Allelopathy in Crop Production

by Shamsher S. Narwal

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Published by Scientific Publishers,India .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Agriculture & Farming,
  • Science / Biological Sciences

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages321
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13144021M
    ISBN 108172333870
    ISBN 109788172333874

    book “Allelopathy” based on his research on the succession of vegetation and revived the science (). application is crucial for greater crop production, adverse impact of chemically intensive Sustainable agriculture with allelopathy 5 biomass production by 50 to 70%, compared with fallow land (). Fujii (61) reported. Integrating these technologies, in order to relieve the negative impacts of weeds on crop production in a way that allows growers to optimize profits and preserve human health and the environment, is the science of weed management. Justus Ludewig von Uslar, and the First Book on Allelopathy.5/5(1).

    Allelopathy offers potential for weed control through the production and release of allelochemicals from leaves, flowers, seeds, stems and roots of living or decomposing plant materials. Allelopathy is a challenge at present and allelochemicals a resource. Allelopathy is a survival mechanism that allows certain plants to compete with and often destroy nearby plants by inhibiting seed sprouting, root development, or nutrient uptake. Other organisms, such as bacteria, viruses, and fungi, can also be allelopathic. The term allelopathy is usually used when the effect is harmful, but it can apply to.

    Allelopathy: Current status of research and future of the discipline 21 After describing an apparently highly allelopathic variety of fescue (11), Bertin et al. (12) found that the putative allelochemical was m-tyrosine, a non-protein amino acid. The compound is exuded into the soil from roots of the fescue plant.   Although inconsistent, under certain situations the yield of corn planted into the residue of a rye cover crop may be reduced. Many people attribute the inhibition in corn growth by rye to allelopathy, the release of chemicals by one plant that inhibits the growth of adjacent plants.


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Allelopathy in Crop Production by Shamsher S. Narwal Download PDF EPUB FB2

This book comprises 6 chapters with the following headings; introduction (the history and terminology of allelopathy); allelochemicals (their mode of release, origin, factors affecting their production and mode of action); interactions between plant communities (the inter- and intraspecific interactions between crops and weeds); exploitation of allelopathy for crop Cited by: Therefore, it may be one of the strategies to increase agricultural production in Sustainable Agriculture of 21st century.

This book is based on the research findings and addresses to various intricate problems of crop production, to which there was no definite answer in the past but now have been attributed to allelopathy.

Allelopathy is the direct or indirect deleterious effect of one plant upon another through the production of chemical inhibitors released into the environment (Rice, ). This mechanism prevents competition for moisture, light, and nutrients between plants standing too close to each other, and therefore is a beneficial property of a plant.

This book is based on the research findings and addresses to various intricate problems of crop production to which there was no definite answer in the past but now have been attributed to allelopathy.

This book will be of great use to students academicians scientists and intelligent farmers throughout the world. Weed control is a positive objective when using a cover crop. Allelopathic effects strong enough to contribute significantly to weed control in field conditions have been documented for cereal rye and other winter cereal grains, sorghums, and sorghum -sudangrass hybrids, Allelopathy in Crop Production book family, including rapeseed, mustards, and radishes.

The allelopathy may be management in crop rotation, preceding and cover crops, green manure, mulch, and intercropping, as well as the incorporation of allelopathic plants in soil. Allelopathy, the natural phenomenon of production and release of secondary metabolites and interaction(s) among organisms, is a subject of diverse significance and applications in.

Allelopathy has also been effective in controlling stored grain and field crop pests in addition to several pathogens which may also be controlled by allelopathy. Allelopathy is also being evaluated as growth promoter; foliar application of canola, sorghum, sunflower, and moringa extracts has been found effective in this by: Allelopathy is an ecological phenomenon by which plants release organic chemicals (allelochemicals) into the environment influencing the growth and survival of other organisms.

In this book, leading scientists in the field synthesize latest developments in allelopathy research with a special emphasis on its application in sustainable agriculture.

Allelopathy, Second Edition, is a comprehensive review of the literature on allelopathy, integrating information on allelopathy with important information on ecological and agronomic problems, citing more than references. Among those who will find this to be a valuable source of information are ecologists, horticulturists, botanists, plant.

of allelopathy has now been demonstrated in winter wheat and rice. Specific cultivars with increased allelopathic potential are known in both these crops. An allelopathic crop can potentially be used to control weeds by planting a variety with allelopathic qualities, either as a smother crop, in a rotational sequence, or whenFile Size: KB.

The applications of allelopathy in crop production in Pakistan are successful examples in recent years (Cheema et al., ). The suitable application of allelopathy toward the improvement of crop productivity and environmental protection through environmentally friendly control of weeds, insect pests, crop diseases, conservation of nitrogen in Cited by: It is likely that in the near future allelopathy will be used in crop production, crop protection, agroforestry and agrohorticultural practices in developed and developing countries.

Allelopathy may become one of the strategic sciences to reduce the environmental pollution and to increase agricultural production in Sustainable Agriculture of. Allelopathy is a biological phenomenon by which an organism produces one or more biochemicals that influence the germination, growth, survival, and reproduction of other organisms.

These biochemicals are known as allelochemicals and can have beneficial (positive allelopathy) or detrimental (negative allelopathy) effects on the target organisms and the community. Therefore, it may be one of the strategies to increase agricultural production in Sustainable Agriculture of 21st book is based on the research findings and addresses to various intricate problems of crop production, to which there was no definite answer in the past but now have been attributed to allelopathy.

If crop allelopathy is applied in crop rotation system, it can prove to be a successful tool to manage weed infestation in agricultural production (Khanh et al., ).

Despite of this, crop rotation system in paddy field is difficult since most crops Cited by: CROP PRODUCTION SYSTEMS Allelopathy in barley may be manifested to other crops (“crop allelopathy”) when grown in various management systems, as autotoxic effects among certain barley cultivars, or toward various weed species.

Crop rotation: A limited number of studies that demonstrate allelopathic effects of. 8 Allelopathy Research in Iran: Experiences, Challenges and Prospects.

Abbassi, R. Ghorbani, S. Khorramdel. 9 Allelopathy of Bangladeshi rice: Application in the Agricultural Systems. Kato-Noguchi, M.A. Salam. Part III: Allelopathy in Pest Management and Crop Production.

10 Role of Allelopathy in Weed Management for Sustainable AgriculturePages: Rotation systems and allelopathic interactions between plants-plants, plants-insects, plants-microorganisms would be important to exploit allelopathy in optimising the production of rotation systems.

The objective of this study is to provide evidences for the importance of allelopathy in crop rotation for weed, insect and disease management Cited by: New research on allelopathic plants is coming out every year.

So if you are planting something new or are having new challenges in your garden, doing research on allelopathy plants and of what you are growing is a good idea.

List of Allelopathic Plants. Allelopathic Weed Suppression Through the Use of Cover Crops Phenolic acids Like most allelochemicals, phenolic acids are secondary plant compounds typified by a hydroxylated aromatic ring structure.

To date, a number of phenolic acids have been determined to have allelopathic properties and have been measured in extracts from a.involved in allelopathy that will be mentioned in this short article. The seminal text on allelopathy by Rice () contains considerable information on methods.

I particularly recommend the recent book written by Udo Blum (), which details approaches and pitfalls of allelopathy research, with particular emphasis on phenolic acids as putativeCited by:   8 Allelopathy and the Prevention of Seed Decay before Germination I. Direct Production of Microbial Inhibitors by Seed Plants II.

Production of Microbial Inhibitors in Seed Coats by Soil Microorganisms III. Conclusions 9 Impact of Allelopathy on Agriculture I. Production by Crop Plants of Substances Inhibitory to Other Crop Plants Edition: 1.