2011 Weed Control Report

Robert Wilson, Ph.D.
Weed Specialist
University of Nebraska
Panhandle Research and Extension Center

Table of contents (PDF files):

1 - Avoiding Weed Shifts and Weed Resistance in Roundup Ready Alfalfa Systems at Scottsbluff, NE, during the 2011 Growing Season.

2 - Weed Resistance Management in New Seedings of Roundup Ready Alfalfa at Scottsbluff, Nebraska during the 2011 Growing Season

3 - Alfalfa Establishment in Western Rangelands near Mitchell, Nebraska during the 2011 Growing Season

4 - Integrating Cadet Herbicide into Dry Bean Weed Control Programs at Scottsbluff, Nebraska during the 2011 Growing Season

5 - Influence of Different Levels of Corn Residue on Preemergence and Postemergence Herbicide Performance in Dry Beans

6 - Early Preplant Application of Fierce for Weed Control in Corn at Scottsbluff, Nebraska during the 2011 Growing Season

7 - Preemergence Applications of Anthem for Weed Control in Corn at Scottsbluff, Nebraska during the 2011 Growing Season

8 - Postemergence Application of Anthem for Weed Control in Corn at Scottsbluff, Nebraska during the 2011 Growing Season

9 - Performance of Bayer Crop Science Herbicides for Selective Weed Control in Corn at Scottsbluff, Nebraska during the 2011 Growing Season

10 - Preemergence and Postemergence Weed Control Programs in Corn with Kixor and Zidua

11 - Weed Management Programs in Corn with Corvus, Balance Flexx, Capreno, and Laudis at Scottsbluff, Nebraska during the 2011 Growing Season

12 - Weed Control in Corn with Different Formulations of 2,4-D

13 - Postemergence Weed Control in Corn with Cornerstone Plus in Combination with Different Spray Adjuvants at Scottsbluff, Nebraska during the 2011 Growing Season

14 - Postemergence Weed Control in Corn with Herbicides in Combination with Winfield Solutions Oil Adjuvants at Scottsbluff, Nebraska during the 2011 Growing Season

15 - Influence of Preplant and Preemergence Applications of Sharpen on Growth, Development, and Weed Control in Proso and Pearl Millet

16 - Are All Glyphosate Brands, Water Conditioners, and Liquid Fertilizers Equal in Performance?

17 - Efficacy of Encapsulated Acetochlor for Selective Weed Control in Roundup Ready Sugarbeet at Mitchell, Nebraska during the 2011 Growing Season

18 - Volunteer Glyposate-Tolerant Canola Control in Roundup Ready Sugarbeets

19 - Roundup Ready Sugarbeet Systems Versus Conventional Weed Control Programs in Sugarbeets at Mitchell, Nebraska during the 2011 Growing Season

20 - Weed Control in No-Till Corn or Winter Wheat Cover Crops Before Planting Sugarbeet at Mitchell, Nebraska during the 2011 Growing Season

21 - Kochia Control in Wheat Stubble with Preemergence and Postemergence Herbicide Application at Mitchell, Nebraska during the 2011 Growing Season

22 - Comparison of 2,4-D Formulations for Weed Control in Range and Pasture during the 2011 Growing Season

23 - Selectivity of Established Perennial Grasses to Combinations of DPXMAT28 and Selected Sulfonylurea Herbicides at University Lake during the 2011 Growing Season

24 - Selectivity of Established Perennial Grasses to Perspective, Streamline, DPX-MAT28 plus Matrix, and Milestone near Scottsbluff, Nebraska during the 2011 Growing Season

25 - Influence of Herbicides Applied for Canada Thistle Control in 2009 on Seedling Perennial Grasses in 2010 and 2011

26 - Efficacy of Aminocyclopyrachlor (DPX-MAT28) for Russian Thistle Control 

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Disclaimer:

Commercial companies are mentioned in this publication solely for the purpose of providing specific information. Mention of a company does not constitute a guarantee or warranty of its products by the Agricultural Research Division, University of Nebraska - Lincoln, or an endorsement over products of other companies not mentioned.

This publication also reports research involving pesticides. It does not contain recommendations for their use, nor does it imply that the uses discussed herein have been registered. Pesticide uses must be registered by appropriate federal and state agencies before they can be recommended. For a complete listing of herbicide recommendations for Nebraska crops see “2011 Guide for Weed Management in Nebraska” EC-130D.