Weeds can be defined as any plant or vegetation that directly or indirectly interferes with the objective of farming or forestry, such as growing crops, grazing, cultivating forest plantations. Any plant growing where it is not wanted is considered as a weed.
Field sanitation is a farm practice which is effective in managing and keeping pests under control for best farm practices.
Our training as Greenlife brings the importance of understanding and practicing this concept for weeds free crops. It is good to note that weeds compete for space both in the rhizosphere and atmosphere, in the presence of weeds, crops have limited space to develop their shoots meaning low or poor photosynthesis.