New day dawning for weed control in cotton


It was nice while it lasted, but cotton farmers in Tennessee no longer have the luxury of spraying glyphosate and controlling most of the weeds in cotton. Farmers are having to adapt to the realities of multiple, more expensive herbicides and even chopping crews. The University of Tennessee’s Larry Steckel talked about the changes during a presentation at the Consultants Conference at the Beltwide Cotton Conferences in San Antonio.

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