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Texas Row Crops: Be on the Lookout for Flowering Pigweed

Texas Row Crops: Be on the Lookout for Flowering Pigweed

👤By Muthu Bagavathiannan, Josh McGinty, Vijay Singh, Peter Dotray and Gaylon Morgan 🕔Apr 28, 2017

Palmer amaranth and waterhemp are two pigweed species that have become problematic in row crop production fields in Texas. Palmer amaranth is widespread in the High Plains, Rio Grande Valley, Coastal Bend and Central Texas regions, whereas waterhemp is predominantly

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Glyphosate-Resistant Palmer Amaranth Confirmed in South-Central Nebraska

Glyphosate-Resistant Palmer Amaranth Confirmed in South-Central Nebraska

👤By Parminder Chahal - Weed Science Graduate Student | Amit Jhala - Extension Weed Management Specialist - UNL 🕔Mar 20, 2017

Palmer amaranth’s aggressive growth habit, extended period of seedling emergence, high water use efficiency, and prolific seed production make it the most problematic weed in agronomic cropping systems in the United States.   The increased adoption of reduced tillage practices,

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California Tree Crops: Glyphosate Resistant Weeds, Grasses

California Tree Crops: Glyphosate Resistant Weeds, Grasses

👤By Brad Hanson, University of California Weed Science 🕔Apr 1, 2016

As most orchardists and pest control advisors are well aware, glyphosate-resistant weeds have been one of the biggest weed management challenges in California orchard crops for several years. Depending on where you are located in the Central Valley, your biggest

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Has EPA Helped Stall Herbicide Resistance? OIG Investigation Begins – DTN

Has EPA Helped Stall Herbicide Resistance? OIG Investigation Begins – DTN

👤By Pamela Smith DTN Crops Technology Editor 🕔Mar 29, 2016

Herbicide-resistant weed worries continue to build beyond the farm field. The Office of Inspector General (OIG) for the Environmental Protection Agency announced Friday it will investigate how EPA has managed weed resistance issues related to herbicide-tolerant crops EPA has approved.

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Minnesota: Controling Weeds After Small Grain Harvest

Minnesota: Controling Weeds After Small Grain Harvest

👤By Dr. Tom Peters, Dave Nicolai and Doug Holen, University of Minnesota 🕔Aug 12, 2015

Recent travel across Minnesota highlights that it is small grains harvest time. Thrashed fields have a clean look, especially from the highway. However, closer examination reveals a great number of weeds, especially waterhemp, emerging from the stubble. More swathing due

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Nebraska: Glyphosate Resistant Marestail – Post Herbicide Tips

Nebraska: Glyphosate Resistant Marestail – Post Herbicide Tips

👤By Amit Jhala, Nebraska Extension Weed Management Specialist, UNL 🕔Jun 5, 2015

Glyphosate-resistant marestail is the most problematic to control this year in Nebraska production fields. This is due to a number of reasons including wet spring weather and marestail’s emergence pattern. As marestail emerges from late March through June and from

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Nebraska: Scout Now for Herbicide Resistant Weeds – Especially Marestail

👤By Rodrigo Werle, Weed Science Graduate Student, University of Nebraska-Lincoln 🕔Mar 20, 2015

Winter annual weeds are taking advantage of the recent warm temperatures and sunshine to resume growth and development, making this an ideal time to scout for henbit, field pennycress, tansymustard, shepherd’s-purse and marestail. The main species to scout for is marestail,

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Arkansas: Glyphosate-Resistant Weed Seminar Slated Aug. 18 in Keiser

👤By Jeremy Ross, Arkansas Extension Agronomist -- Soybeans 🕔Aug 5, 2014

Have you ever thought of trying to farm without the use of glyphosate?  Farmers in some parts of the world are currently experiencing this reality. The Australian Herbicide Resistance Initiative (AHRI) will be conducting a half-day seminar in our backyard

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