By Roger Cousens
Weeds have ecological attributes that confer the power to intervene with human actions. Roger Cousens and Martin Mortimer position weed administration inside an ecological context, with the focal point at the manipulation of inhabitants measurement. they give thought to the dynamics of abundance and spatial distribution at either geographic and native scales, and view the elemental approaches of dispersal, copy and mortality including the standards that impression them. The authors exhibit how administration modifies styles of habit which are intrinsic to populations, and notice the evolution and administration of resistance to herbicides. This booklet presents weed technology with the conceptual foundation that has formerly been missing. It additionally supplies ecologists and botanists entry to the broad database at the inhabitants ecology of weeds.