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ND Weed Control Guide

Contents of the ND Weed Control Guide.

Introduction
- Cover
- Weed Guide Information
- General Information

Tables - Herbicide Listing in Crops
- Fall / Pre-plant / PRE Herbicides
- Small grains - Wheat and Barley
- Herbicide application timing chart
- Oat
- Wheat/Barley Preharvest
- Small acreage crops / Lawn
- Corn
- Soybean, dry bean, pulse crops
- Sunflower, safflower, flax, canola/mustard
- Sugarbeet, potato, legume forages
- Onions
- Chem fallow, CRP, grass

Tables - Herbicide Listing for Noxious Weeds
- Field bindweed, knapweeds, purple loosestrife, quackgrass, saltcedar, leafy spurge, Canada thistle, biennial thistles, toadflax, and absinth wormwood

Tables - Herbicide Listing for Non-crop / Troublesome Weeds
- Shelterbelt weed control
- Total vegetation weed control
- Troublesome weeds in non-crop and cropland

Text - General Information
- A1 - PPI / PRE herbicides / A2 Organic matter
- A3 - POST applied herbicides
- A4 - 24 Commandment on Glyphosate
- A5 - Spray adjuvants
- A6 - Spray water quality
- A7 - Spray and vapor drift
- A8 - Sprayer cleanout
- A9 - Mixing instructions
- A10 - Field investigation of crop injury
- A11 - Herbicide + insecticide / fungicide / fertilizer combinations
- A12 - Herbicide storage temperatures
- A13 - Wick application
- A14 - Backpack sprayer calibration

A
B
C



Text - Crops
- B = Fall / EPP herbicides
- C = Small Grains
- D = Corn
- E = Soybean
- F = Dry beans
- G-H = Pulse crops
- J = Sunflower
- K = Flax
- L = Canola/mustard
- M = Sugarbeet
- N = Potato
- P = Forage legumes
- R = CRP breakout

Text - Weeds
- S = Annual weeds - wild buckwheat, bromes, foxtail, hawksbeard, horseweed, kochia, lambsquarters, nightshade, pigweed, ragweed, waterhemp, wormwood, and wild oat.
- T = Perennial weeds - field bindweed, curly dock, Canada thistle, cinquefoil, dandelion, milkweed.
Herbicides used for perennial weed control.
Biological perennial weed control

X = Herbicide Resistant Weeds
- Text + Mode of action table

Y = Herbicide Carryover
- Factors affecting soil degradation of herbicides
- Crop rotation restriction table
- Herbicide residue and fall cover crop establishment
- Laboratories that analyze for pesticide residues
- Susceptibility of crops to soil residue
- Publications of herbicide injury symptoms

Z = Grazing/Feeding/Haying of Crops treated with herbicides
- Table - Cropland / Pasture and Rangeland

Weed Control Ratings
- Volunteer Roundup Ready crops
- Soil-applied herbicides
- POST-applied herbicides

North Dakota Herbicide Compendium
North Dakota Adjuvant Compendium

Understanding a water quality analysis report
Weed of the Year - Palmer amaranth
Summary of new information for 2015










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