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  • This agronomic image shows giant ragweed.

    Managing Tough-to-control Giant Ragweed

    Giant ragweed Giant ragweed is a large-seeded broadleaf weed that lives up to its name. It grows fast and can reach colossal heights of up to 20‘, pilfering water, nutrients and sunlight from surrounding corn and soybean plants as it grows. Its height and voracious appetite for resources aside, giant ragweed – like other large-seeded broadleaf weeds – is difficult to control because its seeds germinate deep within the soil profile where they are shielded…

This agronomic image shows the weed waterhemp.
This agronomic image shows young soybean plants.
This agronomic image shows rows of young corn.
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 a field of marestail.
This agronomic image shows giant ragweed.
This agronomic image shows waterhemp.