Arkansas cotton producers combat glyphosate-resistant pigweeds

Glyphosate-resistant Palmer amaranth is an increasing problem for farmers across the South. In extreme northeast Arkansas, Clay County cotton producers have loosely banded together in a ‘zero tolerance’ group effort to deal with the pigweeds. Their vigilant approach has paid off impressively with noticeably cleaner turnrows, ditches and fields. See related story here. Watch video report here.

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