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  • The Pigweeds Prone to Escape

    Sound the alarm: The University of Illinois urges growers in the Midwest to rethink their waterhemp and Palmer amaranth management plans. If waterhemp and Palmer amaranth aren’t controlled early in the season, they risk going to seed and passing their herbicide-resistance genes to new generations. Waterhemp has already demonstrated resistance to 6 different herbicide groups. Waterhemp In 2016, the University of Missouri identified a Palmer amaranth population with resistance to both glyphosate and PPO inhibitors….

This agronomic photo shows planting demonstration plots for the Grow More Experience site.
This agronomic photo shows a close up of the kochia weed.
This agronomic image shows a bean leaf beetle.
This agronomic photo shows frogeye leaf spot on soybean leaves.
This agronomic photo shows a close-up of weeds with the hashtag, "ResistanceFighter."