Results from a weed survey conducted at meetings across Iowa this past year are in. The three main objectives of the survey were:
- to learn more about the weeds that Iowa producers view as most troublesome in their corn, soybean, and pasture or noncrop areas
- to introduce and create awareness for a few weed species that may be invasive or problematic in Iowa
- to learn more about the current distribution of these weed species in Iowa.
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Schaefer, Kristine J. P. and Pilcher, Carol, "And the survey says..." (2005). Integrated Crop Management News. 1471.
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