Weed Management in Soybean


By Bill Johnson, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Weed Science and Extension Weed Scientist
Department of Botany and Plant Pathology
Purdue University
West Lafayette, IN 47905

wgj@purdue.edu

Part 1: Weed Competition in Soybean
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Part 2: Weed Management Strategies in Soybean
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Summary:

This series consists of two presentations. The first, Weed Competition in Soybean, focuses on the concept of weed emergence dates and the duration of weed interference in soybean and their effects on soybean yield. The Weed Management Strategies in Soybean presentation will focus on two common weed management strategies in soybean and the advantages and disadvantages of each strategy. It will also provide some insight on the value of soil-applied residual herbicides to for reducing variability of weed control and crop yields in soybean production.


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