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  • This agronomic image shows the weed waterhemp.

    Tips For Managing Waterhemp

    Waterhemp Waterhemp is a small-seeded broadleaf weed and one of the most common weeds found in corn and soybean fields. Like other small-seeded weeds (marestail, Palmer amaranth), waterhemp is a prolific seed producer. Its small, lightweight seeds tend to thrive in minimum and no-till situations where they can easily germinate near the soil surface or in crop residue. Unlike large-seeded broadleaf weeds, waterhemp emerges with less plant mass and its close proximity to the soil…



This agronomic image shows rows of young corn.
This agronomic image shows AgriPro SY Rockford wheat.
This agronomic image shows waterhemp.
This agronomic image shows a clean cornfield after Acuron applied pre-emergence at 2.5 qt/A with 1 qt/A atrazine
This agronomic image shows the weed marestail.
This agronomic image shows a soybean field.
Seed treated soybean pods.
This agronomic image shows a field of marestail.