Survey Ranks Most Common, Troublesome Weeds in Ag

A recent survey conducted by the Weed Science Society of America (WSSA) ranks Palmer amaranth as the most troublesome and difficult to control weed...

I.D. Weed Seedlings: Common Waterhemp and Palmer Amaranth Differences

The majority of corn is planted and soybean planting is progressing quickly in Nebraska. Growers should be on the lookout for common waterhemp and Palmer...

Tennessee Weeds: Management of Late Season Johnsongrass

Questions continue to arise on management of glyphosate-resistant (GR) Johnsongrass in corn, soybean and cotton. GR Johnsongrass continues to become more of an issue...

Georgia Corn: Layby Herbicide Programs Control Weeds, Improve Profits

Layby herbicide programs allow Georgia field corn growers to better control weeds throughout the growing season, according to Brooke Jeffries, University of Georgia Cooperative...

Iowa: Time to Scout CRP for Palmer Pigweed?

I decided to take advantage of the great weather and see if Palmer amaranth could be identified in CRP fields where it was introduced...

Arkansas Weeds: After the Flood, Read Labels Before Reapplying Herbicides

Flooded farm fields present challenges for effective weed control, said Bob Scott, extension weed scientist for the University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture. “Most...

Virginia Cotton: Warrant and Cool, Wet Soils

Warrant is an encapsulated formulation of the herbicide acetochlor and has widely become a part of our postemergence (POST) herbicide program in cotton.  Although...

Tennessee Weeds: Flag the Technology Helps Manage Herbicides – Video

Watch as Dr. Larry Steckel gives a quick overview of the Flag the Technology system - an inexpensive method that can help you avoid...

Pennsylvania Soybeans: Perfect Weather for Spring Marestail Establishment

The last 10 days of cool wet weather is perfect for promoting spring germination of horseweed/marestail in those no-till fields that are about to...

Ohio Soybeans: Adapting Burndown Programs for Large Marestail

As a result of the warm winter and early spring, weed growth in no-till fields is ahead of schedule. Fields not treated with burndown...

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