Suggested introduction cut one:
Two years ago, cotton growers in West Tennessee reported infestations of glyphosate-resistant mare’s tail. Now cotton and soybean producers throughout the Mid-South are struggling to find ways to control the weed.
Suggested introduction cut two:
The majority of mare’s tail infestations are occuring in no-till cotton fields. According to Kendig, this tillage practice may be to blame for some of the problem
Suggested introduction for cut three:
At this point, to control mare’s tail, producers may need to stick with conventional, or con-till, practices. However, Kendig has some recommendations for those who rely on con-till.