• Atrazine: Best Management Practices and Alternatives in Missouri 

    Johnson, William G. (William Gary), 1964-; Fishel, Fred; Kendig, Andy (University of Missouri Extension, 1996-05)
    Atrazine is used on about 65 percent of all corn acreage and 69 percent of all grain sorghum acreage in the United States, and Missouri mirrors this level of use. Atrazine provides residual broad-spectrum weed control and ...
  • Control of Perennial Broadleaf Weeds in Missouri Field Crops 

    DeFelice, Michael S.; Kendig, Andy (University of Missouri Extension, 1993-10)
    Perennials are the most difficult weeds to control in field crops. Perennial plants survive, by definition, for more than two years and usually live for many years. Most perennial plants reproduce by seeds and by structures ...
  • Midwest Small Fruit and Grape Spray Guide 

    University of Missouri Office of Extension (University of Missouri Office of Extension, 2012-01)
    Commercial fruit production has become a highly skilled, technical profession. Concerns for residues, operator risks, and the environment dictate that all fruit growers exercise extreme caution in the use of all pesticides ...
  • Ozark Mountain Vineyard Sustainability Assessment Workbook: A Self-Assessment of Management Practices 

    Johnson, Donn T. (University of Missouri Office of Extension, 2010-07)
    This workbook is designed to increase vineyard sustainability and the adoption of environmentally-friendly vineyard management practices. Vineyard managers can use this resource to develop and implement self-assessment of ...
  • Waterhemp Management in Missouri 

    Johnson, William G. (William Gary), 1964-; Kendig, Andy; Null, Donald E. (University of Missouri Extension, 1996-04)
    The pigweed, or Amaranthus, family of weeds is one of the most common groups of weeds in field crops across the Midwest. These weeds can cause significant crop yield losses, interfere with harvest, and some species have ...
  • Weeding With Geese 

    Geiger, Glenn S.; Biellier, H. V. (Harold Victor), 1922- (University of Missouri Extension, 1993-10)
    Weeder geese are used with great success to control and eradicate troublesome grass and certain weeds in a variety of crops and plantings. The geese eat grass and young weeds as quickly as they appear, but do not touch ...