Biology and Management of Horseweed
Reviewed by Kevin Bradley
Division of Plant Sciences
Mark Loux, Ohio State University
Jeff Stachler, Ohio State University
Bill Johnson, Purdue University
Glenn Nice, Purdue University
Vince Davis, Purdue University
Dawn Nordby, University of Illinois
The following abstract describes a publication that is intended as a downloadable PDF. Please see the link to the PDF file on this page.
This publication discusses some of the biological characteristics that make horseweed particularly troublesome to control in agronomic crops. Then it provides management strategies, using technologies now available, that will allow growers to control herbicide-resistant horseweed and hopefully slow the spread of glyphosate resistance.