Morningglory Management in Soybeans

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Morningglories are among the most problematic weeds in U.S. soybean fields. Not only are they hard to control, but one tall morningglory plant growing per foot of row can reduce soybean yield by 50 percent if left to compete all season. This fact sheet lists management practices that can aid in management of this herbicide-resistant weed.