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Weed Science Archives
A listing of articles that have appeared on this site since November 1996. 

Iowa State University Integrated Crop Management
The latest from ISU's Crops Team

CDMS - Convenient webpage to locate pesticide labels

Hot pages on ISU Weed Science
A listing of the top pages accessed by site visitors.

Palmer amaranth resources

Iowa's Noxious Weeds  

Herbicide Sites of Action/Group Numbers

2016 Herbicide Guide for Corn and Soybean Production

Herbicide Ad Hall of Shame

Weed control results - 2015




Dicamba and Dicamba-Resistant Soybean Varieties - Pay attention to registration/approval status

Monarch overwintering numbers rebound - Large increase in monarch numbers at Mexican roosts

Selecting nozzles for postemergence herbicides
- Properly equipping sprayers is essential

Spray volume is critical for postemergence herbicides. Summary of study evaluating spray coverage within a soybean canopy

Herbicide program development: Does your herbicide program include multiple effective herbicide groups?
Part 1
Part 2
Part 3
Part 4

The creation of monarch butterfly habitat Evaluation of simple method to increase milkweed in non-crop areas

It's system more that trait Summary of regional project evaluating herbicide systems designed for new HR soybean

Breaking down Resicore Does this herbicide provide multiple, effective herbicide groups?

Acuron: 4 Actives, 3 Herbicide Groups Description of new corn product from Syngenta

Multiple herbicide groups work!!
Summary of field study evaluating glyphosate resistance in waterhemp

Enlist Duo: New era herbicide label - Discussion of some of the restrictions on the label that may not make total sense

Why in the world is Enlist corn resistant to the fop herbicides?
Something for the biochem nerds in the weed world. Updated Feb. 7

Effectiveness of using multiple sites of acton to manage resistance: Paper describing importance of critically evaluating herbicide programs




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