Weeds are unwanted plants that compete with crops for resources, reducing agricultural productivity and causing significant economic losses worldwide. The need for effective weed control methods has become more crucial than ever as agricultural practices evolve. This review article aims to provide an in-depth analysis of various weed control strategies, including chemical, mechanical, cultural, and biological methods, while highlighting their advantages, limitations, and environmental impacts. By understanding the strengths and weaknesses of each approach, farmers and policymakers can make informed decisions to combat the challenges posed by weeds and ensure sustainable agricultural practices.
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