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Weed control options for fallow fields

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Column by Matt Adams, Hardin County Extension Service agent

With the wet weather this spring in many areas of the county, planting has been a challenge. As time passes, some producers will have small low lying areas in many fields which will remain unplanted this season.

With this unplanted farmland, a successful weed-control program still is needed to keep weed pressure down and reduce the introduction of more weed seed into the soil seed bank which can impact future crops.

J.D Green and Jim Martin, extension weed science specialists for the University of Kentucky, provide the following tips for weed control on fallow ground.


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