Information on weed management and control of cover crops, including herbicides and pesticides. Tips on rotating cover crops and pesticide drift.
Yellow nutsedge (Cyperus esculentus L.) is an aggressive perennial plant that is a problem weed in field crops throughout the United States.
We have heard about claims of 2,4-D injury to commercial grapevines in Pennsylvania, potentially stemming from applications in nearby field crops.
Planting green is a practice where cover crop termination is delayed until cash crop planting in order to extend soil health benefits longer into the season.
Trials conducted over three years show that several shorter-lived residual corn herbicides can be used successfully with interseeded cover crops.
A productive discussion was had in Lancaster on the challenges, successes, and needs going forward for managing herbicide resistant weeds in the mid-Atlantic.
This article discusses which cover crops are most suitable, and how should they be managed to enhance weed suppression.
Stiltgrass becoming increasingly common on the edges of farm fields and it is invading pasture, hay fields, home landscapes and low-maintenance turf areas.