Canada Thistle Affects Herbage Production in the Northern Great Plains

Canada thistle can cause greater than 50% yield loss in small grain crops, but little is known about production losses when the weed invades pasture and wildlands. Change in grass, forb, and woody species production from Canada thistle infestations was evaluated in two separate studies in North Dakota.

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Native Grass Establishment following Application of Pyridine Herbicides

By Rodney Lym and others.

Results of a regional study, to evaluate the effect of several herbicides on cool- and warm-season native grass species establishment, showed that Milestone specialty herbicide can safely be used to control susceptible invasive plants preceding grass species establishment.  READ MORE

SALTCEDAR AND RUSSIAN OLIVE CONTROL WITH AMINOPYRALID CONTAINING HERBICIDE TREATMENTS

Published by Byron Sleugh, Mary Halstvedt, Chad Cummings, Vanelle Peterson, Dow AgroSciences, Indianapolis, IN; and Robert G. Wilson, University of Nebraska Panhandle Research Center, Scottsbluff, NE. in 2010 Proceedings Western Society of Weed Science. V63: p43.

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