Soybean herbicide systems have evolved back to a fairly high level of complexity to deal with the herbicide resistance we have in various broadleaf weeds. By the time we use […]
Whether you’re trying to kill weeds or a cover crop, don’t count on a one-size-fits-all approach. Two weed scientists — one in Indiana, the other in Louisiana — cover a […]
More than 100 agricultural producers heard from LSU AgCenter experts on how to manage for herbicide, insecticide and fungicide resistance at the Northeast Louisiana Crops Forum held Feb. 8 at […]
Barnyardgrass now joins goosegrass, Johnsongrass and Italian ryegrass as confirmed glyphosate-resistant in Tennessee.
Johnsongrass and sorghum might be considered “kissing kin,” but a Texas A&M AgriLife Research team wants to know if there is more going on in the grain sorghum production fields […]
Scientists from the University of Sheffield in the UK have identified factors which are driving the evolution of herbicide resistance in weeds.
Italian ryegrass (Lolium perenne spp. Multiflorum), is an annual grass common in Sacramento Valley orchard and field crops. This species germinates and matures approximately at the same time as winter cereals […]
Hundreds of growers, consultants and other agriculture industry professionals gathered last week in North Little Rock to learn about the latest research and findings in soil health, pest management and […]
Italian ryegrass has been one of the primary weed problems during burndown in Mississippi for nearly 15 years. Most populations are resistant to the “fop” family of ACCase herbicides due […]
This brief, 20-question quiz was written by university weed scientists to: Gauge knowledge and awareness of integrated weed management methods Help us better understand which methods are of most interest […]