Basic Principles of Weed management are:
- Manipulation of the habitat should be done by utilizing some biological
differences between the cropand the weeds with the objective to make the crop
in competitive advantage over the weeds.
- Control measures should be directed to reduce the survival mechanisms of
the weeds in the soil.
- Crop production techniques must not
allow the establishment of stable community of perennials which are difficult
- There is no single method that can be relied upon for the control of
complex weed problem.