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World Journal of Agricultural Research. 2018, 6(3), 94-104
DOI: 10.12691/wjar-6-3-4
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Eco-Zero Weeding - A Wow Incredible Scientific Innovation for Altering Things around Us and India Inaction

R. C. Yadav1,

1Former Head, ICAR-CSWCRTI, Research Centre, Agra, Uttar Pradesh, India and Former Professor in Civil and Environmental Engineering in Eritrea and Ethiopia Universities

Pub. Date: October 26, 2018

Cite this paper:
R. C. Yadav. Eco-Zero Weeding - A Wow Incredible Scientific Innovation for Altering Things around Us and India Inaction. World Journal of Agricultural Research. 2018; 6(3):94-104. doi: 10.12691/wjar-6-3-4

Abstract

Weeds grow everywhere and create crop loss, involve huge expenditure in weeding, produ allergic pollens and unpalatable fodder, forages and cause green house gas emission in environment around us. Several high tech weeding machines including robotics were developed and focused as wonderful development and marketing strategy created to make huge profit in the global business by many developed countries forming company consortium to harness the benefits from such unaffordable technologies. Further, these weeding machine based practices are not suitable where sowing is done by hand broadcasting, as is prevalent in eastern India and many countries of the world, as well as under aberrant weather condition making field condition not walk able or too dry condition for any field operation., Hence, problem of weed management and global warming are not likely to get solved by such technical developments. It requires some miracle like discovery to stand as panacea scientific solution. The present study reports an innovative research on science of ecology that becomes a non monetary panacea total solution in agriculture and stands as method of weed management superb over any known mechanical-robotic weeder getting claimed as breakthrough on weeding works. This innovation was submitted to Indian Council of Agricultural Research, New Delhi over a year ago i.e. on August 17, 2017, as fulfillment of a challenge on weed management, but it is pending due to inaction. The new science based discovery not only overcomes weed control under all conditions, including the broad casting situations, as well as aberrant weather condition, but eco zero weeding fixes atmospheric natural nitrogen that enhances unimaginable high yield of crops. This discovery equips world with intellectual property of immense value that enable world acquire huge economic gain and overcome climate change and foster environment protection.

Keywords:
crops and cropping practices eco-zero weeding weedicides mechanical weeders robotic weeding and weed management techniques

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