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The purpose of this study is to determine what kinds of weeds may interfere with the development of cassava and how to manage the presence of weeds that interfere with the growth of cassava. Cassava has significant economic and social potential as a future food component, raw material for a variety of businesses, and animal feed, among other applications. Weeds have the ability to multiply quickly via seed. Annual weeds are the most common kind of weed discovered in cassava because they developdoi:10.37899/journallalifesci.v2i5.522 fatcat:mqcf7zwjfngnbfkwjayhfj3qfe