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Phil Krieg

Full Rate Herbicides Prevent Resistant Marestail

Marestail, one of the first glyphosate-resistant weeds identified in row crops, is still among the top driver-weeds that can significantly impact your soybean crop each year. With planting kicking off, marestail management should be top of mind. Marestail is a prolific seed producer; its seeds are light, making them highly mobile and allowing them to rapidly spread by wind to nearby areas. With this weed’s ability to produce 200,000 seeds and grow up to 6’ tall, it’s best to knock it out early and maintain control throughout the growing season. Start Clean  Since marestail typically germinates in the fall, [...]

By |April 23, 2018|
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