Items Tagged with 'integrated weed management'



Using ‘Many Little Hammers’ to Beat Back Resistant Waterhemp

New research from Iowa State University suggests cover crops, narrow rows and a smart herbicide program can help suppress herbicide-resistant weeds in soybeans by as much as 87%.
CONTROLLING WATERHEMP is an increasing challenge for soybean growers due to the evolution of multiple herbicide-resistant populations. With dwindling herbicide resources, there’s a need to integrate non-chemical strategies — such as cover crops and alternative row spacings — into current weed management programs.
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Focus on Preventing Weeds, Rather Than Killing Them

As herbicide resistance continues to complicate weed control, researcher Adam Davis says no-tillers should develop a more integrated approach to weed management.
With more and more herbicide resistance in weeds being reported and no promising new herbicide sites of action (SOA) waiting in the wings, no-tillers might do well to focus on integrated weed management systems to reduce weed pressure and extend the usefulness of existing herbicides.
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