If you chopped silage earlier and think you've controlled Palmer pigweed, think again. Palmer doesn't need to be a few feet tall to develop a seed head in the fall. Even plants less than a foot tall can still set seeds that will carry over to next year's crop -- only in a bigger way. Here are fall options.
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