Meeting Weed Control Challenges with Reduced Tillage

Stephen H. Crawford


Controlling weeds in an efficient and cost effective manner is most often challenging in reduced tillage cotton production than in conventional systems. Most reduced tillage systems require that herbicides be substituted for preplant tillage and that "in-season" weed control be accomplished without the benefit of substantial contributions from preplant residual herbicides or tillage. (Not the complete abstract.)

Reprinted from Proceedings of the 1994 Beltwide Cotton Conferences pg. 105
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