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How to Tell When Your Weeds are Herbicide Resistant

This article, which originally appeared in Ohio's Country Journal, discusses key questions to ask about weeds that seem to have thwarted the sprayer pass. Answering a few simple questions could save you time and money, particularly when deciding whether to spring for a whole new type of herbicide versus adjusting your equipment.
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U. Minn. Offers Tips For Pre-Emergence Herbicide Application

Preemergence herbicides can aid in the control of troublesome weeds such as waterhemp and giant ragweed. They can also result in lower weed densities and a more uniform weed height at the time of postemergence herbicide application, aid in the management of herbicide-resistant weeds, and ultimately help protect crop yield potential and profitability.
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Erratic Armyworm Outbreaks Require Careful Scouting

Many entomologists say armyworms typically move from weedy grasses and small-grain cover crops to damage nearby corn.
The so-called “true armyworm” is one of the more frustrating early-season pests no-till corn growers encounter periodically, particularly if they are planting into small-grain or other grassy cover crops, or in fields near sources of grassy weeds.
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