Weed Management

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Creating a Weed Management Plan for Your Organic Farm - Articles Articles
Successful weed management can make or break a new organic farm. These steps will help you get the upper hand on weeds. More
The Penn State Agronomy Guide
The Penn State Agronomy Guide - Guides and Publications Guides and Publications

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Comprehensive information on crop, soil, and pest management for farms of all sizes. More
Mid-Atlantic Field Crop Weed Management Guide
Mid-Atlantic Field Crop Weed Management Guide - Guides and Publications Guides and Publications

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Get strategies and peruse herbicide tables for managing weeds in corn, sorghum, soybeans, small grains, legumes, grass forages, and pastures. More
Biennial and Perennial Weed Control is Best in the Fall
Biennial and Perennial Weed Control is Best in the Fall - Articles Articles

Biennial and Perennial Weed Control is Best in the Fall

Dwight Lingenfelter, William S. Curran, Ph.D.

Take advantage of the application window late in the season. More
Howard F. Schwartz, Colorado State University, Bugwood.org
Early Preplant (EPP) Herbicide Applications...How Early Can They be Sprayed - Articles Articles
Historically, we have not recommended early preplant herbicide (EPP) application in our region with a couple of exceptions such as for marestail control. More
Burcucumber
Burcucumber - Articles Articles

Burcucumber

Dwight Lingenfelter, William S. Curran, Ph.D.

This weed is more of a problem during wet summers and is the poster child for Integrated Weed Management. More
Weed Control in Wheat and Herbicide Carrier Selection
Weed Control in Wheat and Herbicide Carrier Selection - Articles Articles

Weed Control in Wheat and Herbicide Carrier Selection

Dwight Lingenfelter, William S. Curran, Ph.D.

If winter annual weeds emerged with the small grain and are left unchecked, the potential impact on yield could be great. More
Weed Control Window in Small Grain Stubble
Weed Control Window in Small Grain Stubble - Articles Articles

Weed Control Window in Small Grain Stubble

Dwight Lingenfelter, William S. Curran, Ph.D.

With the small grain harvest underway, the opportunity to reduce the weed seed bank and control perennial weeds opens up. More
Rob the Bank
Rob the Bank - Articles Articles
Weed seed-bank, that is. Right now, across Pennsylvania, huge deposits of weed seed are being accepted by soil. Stop it now and this will pay dividends later. More
Red clover can be used as a cover crop to suppress weeds
Suppressing Weeds Using Cover Crops in Pennsylvania - Articles Articles
This article discusses which cover crops are most suitable, and how should they be managed to enhance weed suppression. More
Integrated Approach- Management of Eastern Black Nightshade
Integrated Approach- Management of Eastern Black Nightshade - Articles Articles

Integrated Approach- Management of Eastern Black Nightshade

Dwight Lingenfelter, William S. Curran, Ph.D.

Eastern black nightshade (Solanum ptycanthum Dun.), an annual broadleaf plant, is an increasing weed problem in northeastern field crop production. More
Herbicide Resistant Weeds in No-till Soybean- integrating cover crops Herbicide Resistant Weeds in No-till Soybean- integrating cover crops - Articles
Recent research being conducted at Penn State is showing cover crops beneficial for suppression of problematic winter annual weeds. More
Invasive Pigweeds: Palmer Amaranth and Waterhemp
Invasive Pigweeds: Palmer Amaranth and Waterhemp - Articles Articles

Invasive Pigweeds: Palmer Amaranth and Waterhemp

William S. Curran, Ph.D., Annie Klodd

Palmer amaranth is a species of pigweed that was recently introduced into PA and has been positively identified on more than 30 sites across the state. More
Mary Burrows, Montana State University, Bugwood.org
Fall Weed Control in Wheat and Barley - Articles Articles

Fall Weed Control in Wheat and Barley

Dwight Lingenfelter, William S. Curran, Ph.D.

Remember to keep weeds in check this fall in your small grains. More
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