A farmer in Osceola County recently found a single Palmer amaranth in a soybean field. He removed and burned the offending plant. This brings the ‘official’ ISU count of infested counties to 50. As we’ve stressed before, Palmer amaranth is likely in many more counties than reported to us.
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Hartzler, Robert G. and DeJong, Joel L., "Add Osceola County to the Map – Increased Vigilance Needed" (2017). Integrated Crop Management News. 2452.
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