Weed Management

December 2020 | 28 min., 05 sec.
by Peter Dotray and Wayne Keeling
Texas Tech University and Texas A&M AgriLife Research and Extension

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Summary

​In this discussion of weed management in a challenging environment, Dotray and Keeling address the following topics: cotton weed management (with and without dicamba), cotton residuals, sorghum weed management (residuals and new technologies), the importance of RU in post-applications, weed size, Palmer amaranth seed burial, and volunteer cotton control.

About the Presenter

Peter Dotray Peter Dotray is a weed scientist with a joint appointment at Texas Tech University, Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service, and Texas A&M AgriLife Research in Lubbock. Dr. Dotray teaches undergraduate- and graduate-level courses in weed science at Texas Tech University, serves as an Extension weed specialist in the Texas Southern High Plains (where more than 3 million acres of cotton is grown), and conducts research to help develop effective and sustainable weed management systems in crops grown in the region.


Wayne KeelingWayne Keeling is the project leader for Systems, Agronomy, and Weed Science with Texas A&M AgriLife Research at Lubbock. Along with cropping system and weed research trials, Dr. Keeling has conducted a wide range of cotton harvest and trials for almost 30 years. He obtained undergraduate and graduate degrees from Texas Tech University and served on the Beltwide Cotton Harvest Aid Working Group.

Contact Information:
Email: peter.dotray@ttu.edu, wkeeling@ag.tamu.edu

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