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Anatomy of a Palmer Amaranth

September 22, 2021
palmer amaranth growing in field

Palmer amaranth rages on as temperature increases throughout the Plains

Growing 6-8 feet tall, Palmer amaranth is an aggressive pigweed species that poses a major threat to crop production.

An aggressively fast grower, this weed can expand up to 3 inches per day when conditions such as heat and precipitation are just right, which can reduce your yield significantly.

Agronomy Service Representative TJ Binns explains what he has seen in KS and all the factors that make Palmer amaranth a killer to your crops:

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