Dual Magnum helping stop pigweed in peanuts

April 2005
Southeast Farm Press;4/20/2005, Vol. 32 Issue 12, p26
Trade Publication
The article presents information on the effectiveness of Dual Magnum herbicides in controlling pigweed in peanuts. Pigweed is a very common and troublesome weed that continually emerges throughout the season. For pigweed control, John Wilcut, of North Carolina State University, recommends proper herbicide incorporation techniques, application timeliness and the use of herbicides with different modes of action.


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