Articles Tagged with ''dandelions''

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Smack Dandelions Twice!

When it comes to controlling dandelions in your no-tilled fields, both a fall and spring herbicide application works best.
The pesky dandelion continues to be a problem in many no-till fields in Ohio and surrounding states.
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Why Dandelions Are Costing No-Tillers Big Bucks

Ohio State University weed scientists share the latest ideas on why dandelions are becoming a bigger threat to no-tilled crops.
When it comes to weed control, more no-tillers each year are having problems dealing with dandelions. Ohio State University weed scientists Anthony Dobbels, Mark Loux and Jeff Stachler say that dandelions have become much more widespread in Ohio crop production fields over the past 5 years.
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A No-Tilling Nightmare

If dandelions are causing major problems in any of your no-till fields, the best time to control them for the 2004 cropping season is unfortunately already past. That’s because recent research indicates the best time for you to try to control this little yellow weed in your no-tilled fields is in the fall.
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Looking Down On Soil Life

What goes on in the top 2 inches of your no-tilled soil is especially important after the growing season.
When you walk across a no-till field, Jill Clapperton says you’re walking on the rooftop of a bustling community. No-tilled soils teem with life, and with the right management techniques, you can use these busy organisms to your benefit, says the the Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada soil biologist stationed at the Lethbridge Research Centre in Lethbridge, Alberta.
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Choosing The Path Of Least Resistance

While triazine resistance has leveled off, weed resistance to new chemistries is offsetting this trend.
With herbicide-resistant weeds on the increase and no new chemistries on the horizon, soybean farmers — and especially no-tillers — must carefully review their weed-control options, according to a panel of four field agronomists at the recent 2003 National No-Till Conference in Indianapolis, Ind.
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