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Protecting hazelnut trunks from herbicide injury

Contributed by Oregon State University's  Ryan Hill and Marcelo Moretti, this post shares their studies of the effects of glufosinate to understand how to better protect young trees from herbicide injury.

Regulated Sugar Beet (Truvera® Triple-Stack Trait) Resistant to Glyphosate, Glufosinate, Dicamba Herbicides Being Evaluated in Several US Regions Including the Pacific Northwest

It is believed that human/weed interactions accelerated at the inception of agriculture! Prior to 1996, weed control in some crops was a major challenge. There was a running joke in the 80s and 90s...

Pacific Northwest Herbicide Resistance Initiative (PNWHRI) – Take the Problem Weeds Survey!

Good news everyone! Pacific Northwest land grant universities and three regional USDA-ARS units are launching a new Herbicide Resistance Initiative! Our goal is nothing short of creating a coordinated, interdisciplinary, systems-based approach to managing herbicide...

Wild Carrot Control in Non-crop Sites

Wild carrot, or Queen Anne’s lace, is a widespread and difficult to control nuisance weed across most of western Oregon. It is prolific in roadsides, poorly managed pastures, post-harvest forestry sites, and other areas with...

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