Start Date

6-12-2001 12:00 AM

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Weed management, as it is currently practiced on com and soybean acres in the Midwestern United States, is closely tied to time and labor management issues due to the large acres of land that individual producers farm. The challenge for agricultural professionals is to communicate how weed biology and herbicide technology influence time and labor management issues and how to use weed biology and herbicide technology information to reduce economic and agronomic risk to the producer.

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Dec 6th, 12:00 AM

Integrating Weed Biology with Herbicide Technology to Reduce Economic and Agronomic Risk

Weed management, as it is currently practiced on com and soybean acres in the Midwestern United States, is closely tied to time and labor management issues due to the large acres of land that individual producers farm. The challenge for agricultural professionals is to communicate how weed biology and herbicide technology influence time and labor management issues and how to use weed biology and herbicide technology information to reduce economic and agronomic risk to the producer.

 

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