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Palmer Amaranth Confirmed in N.D.

Palmer amaranth, a very aggressive weed, has been found in North Dakota for the first time. Laboratory analysis has confirmed that a plant found in a row-crop field in McIntosh County in southcentral North Dakota is Palmer amaranth.

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NDSU Extension Service Warns Landowners About Invasive Weed

The North Dakota Department of Agriculture and North Dakota State University Extension Service advise farmers to scout new conservation plantings for Palmer amaranth, a very aggressive weed that has plagued cropland production in the South and Midwest.

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Palmer Amaranth in MN: Reporting, preventing further infestation and monitoring

This University of Minnesota Extension article contains tips on identifying and reporting Palmer amaranth in Minnesota.

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Palmer amaranth detected in Minnesota

This news release from University of Minnesota Extension marks the first confirmed detection of Palmer amaranth in Minnesota.

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Palmer amaranth: A new weed threat to watch out for

This news release from University of Minnesota Extension explains the threat Palmer amaranth was posing to Minnesota crops in 2016, when it was just one county away from Minnesota.

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Palmer Amaranth in Iowa - What We Know

Palmer amaranth was fist detected in Iowa in 2013. This articles from August of 2016, shares more information about palmer amaranth as detections rose harply and the "calm before the storm, ended in Iowa.

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