Aggressive Palmer amaranth weed found in northern Indiana

Nov 2, 2012
Farmers might be familiar with other amaranth species such as Redroot, smooth pigweed or waterhemp. In fact, the confirmed cases were misidentified as waterhemp before farmers noticed that their applications of traditional herbicides such as glyphosate weren’t controlling the problem.

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