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Weed Management Systems for Environmentally Sensitive Areas

Weed Management Systems for Environmentally Sensitive Areas


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PDF 16 pages 4 weeds identifed by Plant Protections Programs, College of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources, University of Missouri-Columbia Extension. William G Johnson, Reid J Smeda, Sarah Hans, Kaleb Hellwig, Department of Agronomy, University of Missouri-Columbia. Weed Management Identification Systems for Environmentally Sensitive Areas - characterized by their susceptibiltiy to the effects of agricultural practices and require special consideration when selecting a weed management program. These areas are often associated with watersheds that feed into sources of public drinking water, such as the Salt River watershed in northeast Missouri, which includes Mark Twain Lake and several other bodies of water.

Specific Weeds Identified

Giant foxtail
Common cocklebur
Common ragweed
Common waterhemp


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Regions Impacted: (See related documents in region) USA, Central Plains, Middle West, MidWest, MidWestern, Northwestern

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