​​Weed Management

March 2020 | 24 min., 35 sec.
by Todd A. Baughman
Oklahoma State University

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​Baughman states that resistance is an ongoing problem in weed control (especially to glyphosate), but not all control issues are resistance based. Using residual herbicides is the key to success; the effectiveness of “yellow” herbicides is related to the amount of irrigation. Other residual herbicides can be used in combination with “yellow” herbicides, depending on the potential rotation. Baughman reviews data from applications of various products used pre- and postemergence, outlines strategies for managing resistance, discusses the need to protect new technologies, provides guidelines for minimizing drift with new technologies, and discusses how to make postemergence applications most effective. 

About the Presenter

Todd A. BaughmanTodd A. Baughman is a native of Southwest Oklahoma. He received his BS and MS from Oklahoma State University in Agronomy and his PhD from Mississippi State University in Weed Science. He is currently the Program Support Leader for Oklahoma State University’s Institute for Agricultural Biosciences and a Research and Extension Weed Science concentration on weed management in summer crops and pastures. Prior to joining Oklahoma State he was an Extension Agronomist and State Peanut Specialist with Texas A&M University.

Contact Information:
Email: todd.baughman@okstate.edu


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