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Herbicide-Resistant Weeds: What Can the U.S. Learn From Australia? No Easy Answers. – DTN

Herbicide-Resistant Weeds: What Can the U.S. Learn From Australia? No Easy Answers. – DTN

👤By Pam Smith DTN Progressive Farmer Crops Technology Editor 🕔May 19, 2017

There have been more than a few jokes this week about the irony of weed scientists choosing Colorado as a meeting place to talk about resistance. However, no one in this audience is laughing about the global threat of weeds

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Talking Crops Podcast: Hand Pulling Palmer Pigweed – Guy Collins

Talking Crops Podcast: Hand Pulling Palmer Pigweed – Guy Collins

👤Chip Ward 🕔Jul 31, 2015

Managing Palmer pigweed in cotton can be tough, especially if they escaped residual herbicides. If the weeds get too big, you’ll need to result to hand pulling because of their hardy resistance. In this Podcast Dr. Guy Collins, Cotton Extension

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North Carolina Cotton: Pigweed – 6 Key Points for Hand-Weeding

North Carolina Cotton: Pigweed – 6 Key Points for Hand-Weeding

👤By Dr. Guy Collins, North Carolina State University Extension Cotton Specialist, and Dr. Alan York, NSCU Professor Emeritus 🕔Jul 13, 2015

By now, most post-emergence and/or layby herbicides have been applied and cotton  is beginning to lap the middles. Later planted fields may still have time for layby applications depending on planting date and plant size. This generally marks the end

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North Carolina Cotton: Time for Hand-Weeding – 6 Recommendations

North Carolina Cotton: Time for Hand-Weeding – 6 Recommendations

👤By Guy Collins, North Carolina Cooperative Extension 🕔Jul 13, 2015

By now, most post-emergence and/or layby herbicides have been applied and cotton  is beginning to lap the middles.  Later planted fields may still have time for layby applications depending on planting date and plant size.  This generally marks the end

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