Weed Management: Proper Planning Prevents Poor Performance

April 2021 | 35 min., 20 sec.
by Sarah Lancaster
Kansas State University

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​The use of preemergence herbicides is key to managing weeds and maximizing cotton yield and quality. This presentation discusses best practices and shares current data regarding the use of preemergence herbicides in cotton in Kansas and Oklahoma.

About the Presenter

Sarah LancasterSarah Lancaster is an assistant professor and Extension specialist in the Kansas State University Agronomy Department; she began working in this position in November 2019. Her efforts are focused on weed management Extension and research. Sarah was raised on an integrated crop and livestock farm in east-central Missouri and holds degrees from the University of Missouri, North Carolina State University, and Texas A&M University.

Contact Information:
Email: slancaster@ksu.edu


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