Nitrogen management and weed management are the two most important cultivation practices affecting yield and performance of wheat farming. A field experiment was conducted to find the optimum conditions, in this regard. Results showed increased nitrogen level to increase wheat performance, however, 80kg N/Ha was found optimum and economical. Hand weeding is the most effective, although, may be due to high labor cost application of herbicide (isoproturon @ 1kg a.i./Ha) was found financially beneficial. Application of nitrogen near harvest is not recommended as well as increased nitrogen was found to delay heading and hence precaution is needed. The book may be handy for all those interested in learning the relationship between wheat, weed, and nitrogen.