Including on-site demonstrations of projects for control of
Glyphosate-Resistant Palmer amaranth in Soybean
Wednesday, July 1, 2020
8:30 am to 1:00 pm
For registration questions, please call 402-472-5636.
- Palmer amaranth, a member of the pigweed (Amaranthaceae) family, is one of the most troublesome weeds in soybean fields.
- Greenhouse dose-response studies have confirmed glyphosate-resistant Palmer amaranth in Nebraska.
- Field experiments will demonstrate how to control resistant Palmer amaranth in field and seed corn production fields in Nebraska.
ON-SITE DEMONSTRATION OF PROJECTS
- How row spacing and herbicide programs can affect glyphosate-resistant Palmer amaranth control in Roundup Ready 2 Xtend Soybean
- Management of Palmer amaranth in
- Balance GT/Liberty Link Soybean (resistant to isoxaflutole and glufosinate)
- Enlist E3 Soybean (resistant to 2,4-D choline, glyphosate, and glufosinate)
- Critical period of Palmer amaranth removal affected by residual herbicides in Roundup Ready 2 Xtend Soybean
Jason Norsworthy is a Professor and the endowed Chair of Weed Science at the University of Arkansas. He grew up on a vegetable farm in southern Ar-kansas, where he quickly learned the need for weed management in crops. Norsworthy has documented eight herbicide-resistant weeds in Arkansas, includ-ing glyphosate-resistant Palmer amaranth. He has been invited nationally and internationally to present his research on management of resistant Palmer amaranth. He presently serves as Editor-in-Chief for Weed Technology, a journal of the Weed Science Society of America that publishes applied weed science research.
FIELD DAY LOCATION
From Geneva, NE, go south on Hwy 81 for 14.6 miles. Turn west onto Hwy 4 for 5.3 miles. Farm field is located on the south side of Hwy 4 between C St. and Renwick St. in Carleton. GPS: 40°18’24.7”N 97°40’29.0”W
Google Map Location of 2018 Field Day
FIELD DAY CONTACT
Nebraska Extension Weed Management Specialist
We thank our sponsors, Nebraska Soybean Board and the Nebraska Extension.