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Palmer amaranth is native to the southwest United States, but recently has moved into the Soybean Belt. Compared to native pigweeds (Amaranthus species), Palmer amaranth poses unique management challenges. Therefore, preventing its spread into new areas is important. This fact sheet will help you differentiate Palmer amaranth from other pigweed species.

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