​​​Herbicide Application Timing: Effect on Weed Control Efficacy

March 2019 | 27 min., 41 sec.
by Jason A. Bond
Mississippi State University

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Summary

​Palmer amaranth is the most troublesome weed species in Mississippi row crops. Residual herbicides and application timing of postemergence herbicide treatments are critical for control of this species. 

About the Presenter

Jason A. BondJason A. Bond received his BS and MS from Louisiana State University (LSU) and his PhD from the University of Arkansas. Jason worked 2 two years with the LSU AgCenter at the Rice Research Station in Crowley. He currently serves as a research/extension weed scientist at Mississippi State University’s Delta Research and Extension Center in Stoneville. His duties include development of weed control programs in rice and soybean with emphasis on managing herbicide-resistant weed species.​

Contact Information:
Email: jason.bond@msstate.edu

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