Weed Management News
Although unpredictable weather may delay application timing of spring herbicides, more growers are adding a... Read more.
For farmers seeing weeds in their crop fields this late in the growing season, hand-rouging and pulling... Read more.
Judging by the number of phone calls he receives, Dallas Peterson is very popular this time of year. The... Read more.
Deep-six weed seeds to control pigweeds and other herbicide-resistant pests in soybean fields. “I’m not advocating... Read more.
Herbicide-resistant waterhemp populations continue to expand into more areas of Illinois each season. Waterhemp... Read more.
Glyphosate dose response studies have confirmed a glyphosate-resistant population of common ragweed (Ambrosia artimisiifolia)... Read more.
An invasive weed that has put some southern cotton farmers out of business is now finding its way... Read more.
Early-season weed control is imperative to maximize soybean yield. Many soybean growers were not... Read more.
Year after year it seems to happen. Even with a carefully devised weed control plan, tough weeds can... Read more.
Controlling large weeds is often considerably more difficult than controlling smaller weeds. The following are... Read more.
Farmers still have a fighting chance to stop Palmer Amaranth, a tough yield-robbing weed, from spreading... Read more.
Integrated weed management programs offer the greatest potential for long-term, sustainable solutions to weed populations... Read more.
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