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Influence of herbicides application on weed and tall fescue management and grazing distribution in Missouri pastures
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2012)
One weed that is of concern in Missouri pastures that can be detrimental is Northern dewberry (Rubus flagellaris Willd.). This weed can be detrimental due its production of spines which can injure grazing animals and also humans. Results from our...
Influence of herbicide applications and common pasture weeds on total forage yield and nutritive values in tall fescue pastures and hayfields in Missouri
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2009)
these species are not consumed by cattle and continue to be a problem in Missouri tall fescue pastures and hayfields....
Interactions between cover crops, herbicides and weeds in soybean production systems
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2018)
. An identical field experiment was conducted in 2016 in Arkansas, Indiana, Missouri and Wisconsin and repeated in Arkansas, Indiana, Mississippi and Missouri in 2017 to evaluate the most effective herbicide treatments for spring termination of regionally...
Investigations of the forage nutritive value of common weeds encountered in Missouri pastures and their relationships with soil fertility
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2019)
During the 2015, 2016, and 2017 growing seasons, a survey of 63 pastures in Missouri was conducted to determine the effects of selected soil and forage parameters on the density of common annual, biennial, and perennial weed species. Permanent...