Arkansas: Winter Weed Questions Already? Jan 10, 2020
The New Year is here and with it comes new hope that this growing season will be much better than 2019. This year we have already started in somewhat better […]
When weeds begin showing resistance, it’s not a case of the herbicide changing the weed, it’s a simple “survival of the fittest” case, according to a Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service […]
Italian ryegrass is a problematic weed in cereals, grass seed crops, and grain crops planted no-till. It can result in significant yield losses if this weed is not controlled. Farmers […]
Marestail, also known as horseweed, management is challenging because the weed can emerge in both fall and spring. In addition, herbicide resistant populations are spreading fast. In this video you […]
When John Werries and his son Dean started using cover crops, their primary goal was to prevent soil erosion on their Illinois farm. Seven years later, they’ve discovered their cover […]
Waterhemp’s rise to the Cornbelt’s worst weed is one of the Cornbelt’s more fascinating weed-related events over the past 40 years. Waterhemp is native to the United States but is a […]
Harvest Weed Seed Control – Podcast Nov 4, 2019
In this podcast we spent some time talking about Australian Agriculture, herbicide resistance in weeds, and the need for alternative weed management tactics.
Abundant rain the last couple of months in much of eastern Nebraska has promoted the relatively early emergence of winter annual weeds, particularly marestail. Marestail, also known as horseweed in […]
Harvest Weed Seed Control – Waterhemp Seed Retention Oct 22, 2019
Combines are the most important seed dispersal mechanism for weeds in our cropping system. While a small amount of seed may leave the field with grain, most weed seed that enter […]
For a broad look at working with cover crops for weed control, check out a new web-based resource from the Integrated Weed Management (IWM) Resource Center.