Today's Cotton Newsline is 5 cuts. All cuts are Stanley Culpepper, extension weed scientist with the University of Georgia.
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Managing weeds with a system is increasingly important in cotton production. Cotton producers in Georgia had a successful year in controlling weeds like palmar amaranth and their model is a good one to follow for the upcoming growing season according to Stanley Culpepper, extension weed scientist with the University of Georgia.
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Timely, proactive decisions are what make this program successful.
Suggested Introduction 3:
Cost is still a big issue when looking at this particular management system.
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Another system that helped Georgia producers fight palmar amaranth is the Pilot Pigweed Program that involved the use of a rye cover crop.
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Culpepper explains how the program got its start.