Weed of the Week: Giant Foxtail

Giant foxtail is a common summer annual grass in row crops and forages. It emerges for a long period in the spring. It typically begins emerging after the beginning of ragweed and lambsquarters emergence. Seeds emerge from shallow soil (1 inch or less) and plants produce between 500-1500 seeds. Herbicides […]

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Integrated management of hay and pasture weeds

Posted: May 31, 2017 by Bill Curran and Dwight Lingenfelter in┬áPenn State Field Crop News. For grass hay and pasture producers, weed management guidelines depend heavily on the life cycles of troublesome weeds, the crop, and the status of the pasture. There is no one-size-fits-all solution for weeds infesting these […]

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