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Reddick Farms Goes All in on No-Till and Cover Crops in Kentucky

Father-son duo takes leap of faith after eye-opening experience at National No-Tillage Conference.
No-till is nothing new for the Reddick family. Brad Reddick remembers growing up on the 1,800-acre farm in Bardwell, Ky., watching his father no-till the rolling grounds and conventionally till the creek bottom grounds over 50 years ago.
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Stretch Out Residuals to Control Waterhemp

Rotating modes of action and crops, seeding cover crops and narrower rows could help beat back this voracious weed.
One running joke Bill Johnson has been hearing is that waterhemp was really bad this year in the Eastern Corn Belt because it was jealous from all the attention being paid of late to its pigweed relative, Palmer amaranth.
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Wheat Variety Tolerance To Metribuzin

We have fielded a number of calls from folks who believe they are seeing more metribuzin injury on wheat this fall than in previous years. I rated metribuzin tolerance in a number of county wheat trials scattered across West Tennessee to help address this question.
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Using Fall Herbicide Treatments For Marestail

Research over the last couple of years has shown that two shot burndown programs which include either 2 shots in the spring or fall plus spring burndown treatments are needed in areas with a history of poor marestail control due to glyphosate and ALS herbicide resistance.
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