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  • Control Perennial Weeds This Fall

    Many vegetable fields have problems with perennial weeds. The Michigan State University Extension encourages checking and treating for these weeds in the fall, so now is the time to control them before next growing season. Some of the most common perennial weeds are yellow nutsedge, quackgrass, pokeweed, milkweed and field bindweed. These weeds have perennial roots and annual tops, so they can go undetected before they emergence. Shorter days and cooler nights in the fall…



This agronomic image shows fall weed management in California orchards.
This agronomic image shows soybean plants.
This agronomic image shows a walnut field with a reduced amount of weeds from using Broadworks herbicide.
This agronomic image shows the weed kochia in a wheat field.
This agronomic image shows combines harvesting wheat.
This agronomic image shows corn rootworm on corn root.