STUDY OF WHEAT FIELD WEEDS IN BIRATNAGAR, EASTERN NEPAL


STUDY OF WHEAT FIELD WEEDS IN BIRATNAGAR, EASTERN NEPAL


Pramod Sen Oli1, Usha Adhikari2, Raju Bhattarai3

1Department of Botany, Post Graduate Campus,Tribhuvan University, Biratnagar, Nepal
2Central Department of Botany, Tribhuvan University, Kirtipur, Kathmandu, Nepal
3Department of Chemistry, Tri-Chandra Multiple Campus, Ghantaghar, Kathmandu, Nepal


American Journal of Agricultural Research

Triticum aestivum L. (Bread Wheat) is a graminoid species of plant in the family true grasses, with a self-supporting growth habit. It is second staple food for the people living in Nepal. Total 45 weed species were collected from wheat field belonging to 19 families and 39 genera. Triticum aestivum L. is greatly affected by different weeds. Most of the weeds can be used as fodder.


Keywords: Wheat Field, Weed Flora, Herbarium, Fodder

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Pramod Sen Oli, Usha Adhikari, Raju Bhattarai. STUDY OF WHEAT FIELD WEEDS IN BIRATNAGAR, EASTERN NEPAL. American Journal of Agricultural Research, 2019,4:63.. DOI: 10.28933/ajar-2019-05-1006


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