The coming weeks are prime time for spotting Palmer amaranth plants when they are still small enough to kill and stop an infestation.
Palmer amaranth in Minnesota started with just one pathway of spread – a single company selling contaminated native seed mix for conservation plantings. Nearly two years later, Palmer continues to […]
A drift-free, weed-specific pesticide applicator could enable autonomous weed control via smart robots — and help minimize exposure of crops and soil.
Our Chemistry or Herbicide choices have not changed significantly; however, there are some new or at least different opportunities that are available in fields that have either Enlist or Xtend […]
In this episode, Dr. Avat Shekoofa discusses research on the impact of different cover crop species, as well as different cover crop termination timings, on pigweed germination.
Dicamba and 2,4-D have been used for many years to help control Palmer amaranth in Kansas, but farmers have complained about poor control in recent years.
In this week’s podcast, Dr. Larry Steckel discusses the recent discovery of Palmer amaranth with resistance to metolachlor (Dual) in Northeast Arkansas.
Students and scientists from Texas A&M presented their research on using drones, or UAVs, as well as automated vehicles to control weeds. University Of Tennessee Students Are Unlocking The Allelopathic Power […]
Georgia cotton producers face two great weed control challenges this season — how to minimize the development of herbicide resistance and mitigating off-target herbicide drift, according to Stanley Culpepper, University […]