Integrated weed management:

A Pracical Guide For Integrated Weed Management for Mid-Atlantic Grain Crops.  Penn State, Rutgers University, University of Delaware, USDA-Beltsville, Virginia Tech and West Virginia University

Still Don’t Think You Need Integrated Weed Management? – Iowa State University

A summary of IWM strategies – Penn State University

University of Illinois Agronomy Guide – Weed Management – University of Illinois

Field Crop Weed Management for Illinois – University of Illinois

Summary of Invasive Weed Control Strategies, from Australia

Successful Weed Management Must Respect the Rotation – University of Delaware

Iowa State Weed Management Archive – Iowa State University

Weed Management Strategies for Cotton – Texas A&M University

Organic Weed Management Tools for Grain Production – University of Maine

Scouting for weeds:

Brief Summary of Scouting principles – United Soybean Board

Site-specific weed scouting guidelines – South Dakota State University

Comprehensive list of weed ID sites – Weed Science Society of America (WSSA)

Weed Identification Key – University of Missouri

University of Missouri Weed ID and Herbicide Injury Guide – $21.00

Common Weeds of No-Till – Penn State University

Weed ID Guide  – Virginia Tech University

Weed photos for use in weed ID – WSSA

Cover cropping for weed suppression:

Suppressing Weeds Using Cover Crops in Pennsylvania – Penn State University

Cover Crop Resources – Penn State University

Managing Cover Crops: Cover Crops for Modern Cropping Systems – Purdue University

Crop Roller (cover crop roller crimper) – I & J Manufacturing

Cover Crop Rollers for Northeast Grain Production – Penn State University

Management considerations for using roller crimpers to create cover crop mulches – No-Till Farmer

Video – Using a roller crimper for organic no-till cover crops – University of Wisconsin

Crop rotation (effect on weed management):

The Role of Crop Rotation in Weed Management – Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education (SARE)

Crop Rotation for Weed Management – University of Manitoba

Keep the Weeds Guessing with Crop Rotations – Virginia Association for Biological Farming

Cover Crops: Crop Rotation, Weed Control and Nutrient Contributions – University of Tennessee

Mechanical weed control:

Would You Use Mechanical Cultivation for Weed Control? – WallacesFarmer

Considerations for Optimizing Success of Cultivation for Weed Control – Iowa State University

Cultivation Tools for Mechanical Weed Control in Vegetables – University of Connecticut

Torsion Weeders – Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education (SARE)

High Residue Cultivation – Penn State University

Effective High-Speed, High-Residue Rowcrop Cultivation – Iowa State University

Creating a Weed Management Plan for Your Organic Farm (including mechanical control) – Penn State University

In-Row Cultivation – Rodale Institute

Top Tips for Mechanical Cultivation – Rodale Institute

Cultivation Equipment for Weed Control – Pros, Cons, and Sources – University of Vermont

Video: Capture Weed Seeds at Harvest: Chaff Carts

Varying herbicide modes of action:

Increased Dicamba Use Requires Enhanced Stewardship – Iowa State University

Understanding Herbicide Mode of Action – Oklahoma State University

Return to Basics: Herbicide Options for Hard-to-Control Weeds – Syngenta as featured in The Progressive Farmer

Rotate Crops and Herbicide Modes of Action THE BIG 6 –

TankMix Herbicides Rather than Rotate – WallacesFarmer

Strategies to Reduce Spray Drift – Kansas State University

Biological control of weeds:

Educational information:

Biological Control of Weeds – WSSA

Integrated Weed Control Project – focus on biological control resources – Washington State University

Biological and Integrated Control of Musk Thistle in Missouri, University of Missouri

Association of Natural Biocontrol Producers

Biological Control Program – USDA APHIS

International Code of Best Practices for Classical Biological Control of Weeds – Washington State University

Biological Control News archives – University of Wisconsin

Ordering biological weed control agents and consultation:

 Available Bio Control Agents for Weeds – Washington State University

Weed Biocontrol and Requesting Agents – Colorado Dept. of Agriculture

Biological products and consulting services – Integrated Weed Control company

Biological control agents – BiologicalControl of Weeds, Inc.

Preventing spread and introduction of weeds:

Where Grain Hides in a Combine – where the grain goes, weed seeds will follow – Purdue University

Cleaning the Combine is Necessary for Herbicide Resistant Weed Control – Penn State University

In the News: Your Combine is a Weed Seed Spreader – DTN

Herbicide Resistant Weed Control Through Combine Maintenance – United Soybean Board

Used Combines Can Spread State’s No. 1 Weed to Watch – University of Missouri

Iowa Managing Palmer Amaranth in Conservation Plantings – AgFax

In the News: Stopping the Spread of Palmer Amaranth – Corn and Soybean Digest

In the News: Spread of Palmer Amaranth through Cover Crop Seed in Ohio – Corn and Soybean Digest

Silage for managing weed seeds – EH Graham Center for Agricultural Innovation, Australia

Silage helps to manage weed seeds – Agriculture Today

The spread of herbicide resistant weed seeds – University of Arkansas

Harvest weed seed control:

Managing Weed Seed Bank at Harvest-iHSD arrived to AR in 2018 – University of Arkansas

Harvest Weed Seed Control – introduction to methods and their potential – University of Arkansas

iHSD – Integrated Harrington Seed Destructor

In the News: Beating the Resistant Weed Problem – Farm Industry News

“Seed destructor” technology likely the next step in war on weeds – High Plains Journal

Farmers Battle Herbicide Resistance with Harvest-Time Weed Seed Destruct – Weed Science Society of America

University of Arkansas begins testing chaff cart in the US first in 2013