The main weeds of concern in cotton this year are barnyardgrass, goosegrass, prickly sida, and pigweed. Looking ahead, here are solutions for each weed concern.
Applications in fall can offer more consistent control and reduce weed biomass to ease spring planting.
Soybean farmers need to be on the lookout for herbicide injury, but not panic because soybeans are resilient and can usually bounce back from injury and most of the injury is often cosmetic and wont impact yield.
With native grasses going dormant in the winter, it's a good time to reclaim grazing lands.
Here’s a new way to manage weeds that helps avoid development of resistance to herbicides.
A Houston County ag inspector reported finding the plants in a small hay field.
Fall burndown weed control programs provide better time management for farmers in the spring.
Texas A&M AgriLife experts call for producer vigilance