You need to log in as a subscriber to access this page.
Fall best time to eliminate perennial weeds
Fall is the best time to treat perennial weeds in crops and pasture, said a University of Nebraska–Lincoln (UNL) specialist.
Herbicides sprayed in fall weaken the weeds and then the winter kills them, said Bob Klein, cropping systems specialist at UNL’s West Central Research and Extension Center in North Platte. Spring spraying weakens weeds, but then they have ideal conditions to recover.
Klein advised producers to spray when the weeds are actively growing. As they prepare for w...
You must Sign In or Register to access this content
Not a subscriber yet? Try WLJ free for 30 days!
Register to read WLJ's digital edition and enjoy unlimited access to the news source more livestock producers depend on.
Click here to begin your free 30 day trial subscription.
Current WLJ subscribers: Log in using your six-digit customer number, which you will find printed above your name on the mailing label of your weekly journal. Use the password wlj123, then go to the profile page to customize your password and log in as you wish.