When using no-till as a soil conservation measure in row crops, producers often find themselves faced with one of no-till's biggest challenges--weed control. For the past 11 years, ISU Extension field specialists have conducted no-till weed management demonstrations in east central Iowa. The purpose of the demonstration plots was to exemplify the technology available to producers for controlling weeds with no-till, including the herbicide-resistant hybrids. In this article, we present some of practices recommended from these demonstrations.
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Tidman, Michael J., "East central Iowa -- weed control in no-till" (1999). Integrated Crop Management News. 2196.
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