WEED MANAGEMENT


Take Action aganst herbicide resistance

Take Action - United Soybean Board.

Take Action is an industry-wide partnership between university weed scientists, major herbicide providers, and corn, cotton, sorghum, soy and wheat organizations to help you manage herbicide-resistant weeds. Use this site to learn how you can diversify your weed control techniques to fight herbicide resistance.

 

Weed ID

Weeds of the North Central States - North Central Regional Research Publication 281

Common Weed Seedlings of the North Central States - Michigan State University

Weed Identification Guide - Iowa State University Extension Store

Early Spring Weeds of No-till Crop Production - North Central Cooperative Extension Service

Weed Emergence Sequence Poster - University of Illinois

Weed Identification and Herbicide Injury Guide for Corn and Soybean - IPM1007


Herbicides

Herbicide Mode of Action chart - University of Wisconsin

Herbicide Mode of Action and Injury Symptoms - University of Minnesota

Soybean Injury from Soil-Applied Herbicides - University of Illinois, 2014

Fix it before it BREAKS: Glyphosate Stewardship - Iowa Soybean Association

Managing Weed Resistance for Higher Yield: Stewardship Keeps Technology Working for You. Iowa Soybean Association