DISTRIBUTION OF INVASIVE AND QARANTINE WEEDS ON AGRICULTURAL REGIONS OF KAZAKHSTAN
Keywords:weeds, herbology, quarantine, perennial, Ambrosia artemisiifolia, Cuscuta sp., Acroptilon repens
This paper reviews the distribution of several species of invasive and quarantine weeds (Ambrosia artemisiifolia, Cuscuta sp., Acroptilon repens) on the territory of Karasay region, in Almaty. Weed is a plant that grows without human control; however effectively grow in agricultural region while reducing crop yield and quality of plant. Invasive quarantine weeds in Kazakhstan are divided info five species according to their distribution in the certain area. As a result of quarantine monitoring analysis in Karasay region the agricultural crops are contaminated with three species of weeds and indicated a different dynamic distribution in the given area.