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Weed Management Planner - After Planting



Authors as Published

Michael Flessner, Virginia Tech; Kevin Bamber, Virginia Tech; Theirry Besancon, Rutgers University; Rakesh Chandran, West Virginia University; Tommy Hines, Virginia Tech; Quintin Johnson, University of Delaware; Dwight Lingenfelter, Penn State; Claudio Rubione, University of Delaware; Lovreet Shergill, University of Delaware; Vijay Singh, Virginia Tech; Mark VanGessel University of Delaware; Kurt Vollmer, University of Maryland; John Wallace, Penn State

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This is a 24" x 18" poster.

Poster B (After Planting): 
This chart identifies which weed management tactics work for which weeds and how best to integrate them into a row crop farming operation. After Planting focuses on weeds encountered during the crop season. The most common weeds are listed and organized by their characteristics. If a weed is not listed, its characteristics can be used to place it in the table. Weed control tactics are organized as the crop season progresses.

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Publication Date

February 13, 2024