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A collection of useful references for weed management including links to herbicide labels, publications, and agrochemical manufacturers.
Weed Science Archives
Weed Science Personnel
Hot pages on ISU Weed Science
The Palmer amaranth invasion - A light hearted look at Palmer amarnth in Iowa
Grass seedling ID training tool - An effort to use 'technology' in extension programming
Is it Palmer amaranth? - We don't believe a leaf tip hair is a reliable way to identify Palmer amaranth
Palmer amaranth - A threat to Iowa? Is a new weedy Amaranth in our future?
Factors affecting pyroxasulfone behavior in the soil: Comparison of the new Group 15 herbicide to similar herbicides
(Re) Learning to Accept Herbicide Injury to Crops: Discussion of factors that influence a crops response to postemergence herbicides
Insect versus Weed: Resistance Management - Comparison of insecticide resistance management tactics to those used for weeds
Introducing the Herbicide Ad Hall of Fame: A tip of the hat to BASF and their ads promoting Herbicide Group Numbers.
Perspectives on herbicide resistance: Attitudes of farmers and ag industry views of herbicide resistance
Those who cannot remember the past . . . Survey describes poor understanding of the history of herbicide resistance in Iowa
Effectiveness of using multiple sites of acton to manage resistance: Paper describing importance of critically evaluating herbicide programs
Herbicide sites of action Description of sites of action and herbicide group numbers, including listing of products with their group numbers
Assessment of herbicide resistance in Iowa- the first report of an ongoing Iowa Soybean Association project is presented
New information on herbicide labels - It's easier to determine the mode of action of herbicides
Equisetum: Biology and Management - Updated bulletin describing field horsetail and scouring rush (pdf)
Still don't think you need Integrated Weed Management? A top 10 list of reasons to diversify weed management
A brief history of Canada thistle in Iowa - Summary of early research on our first noxious weed
Weed seed predation in agricultural fields - What's eating the seeds in your fields?
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