Weeds continue to challenge corn and sorghum producers across Kansas. With the development of herbicide-resistant weeds, including weeds resistant to glyphosate, continued development of tools for weed control will be essential. The emphasis of this research program is to work with stakeholders to improve existing and develop new technologies for managing weeds in corn, sorghum, sunflower, and other crops as needed. It is imperative that these programs are cost-effective and environmentally friendly.
- Evaluation of herbicides for weed control in corn
- DuPont’s GAT corn
- Dow Agrosciences programs for DHT corn
- Experimental and registered herbicide comparisons in corn from several herbicide companies.
- Evaluation of herbicides for weed control in sorghum
- ALS and Assure II resistant sorghum
- Huskie, a potential new herbicide in grain sorghum
- Experimental and registered herbicide comparisons for grain sorghum from several herbicide companies
- Evaluation of herbicides for weed control in minor crops
- Herbicide-resistant weeds
- Glyphosate-resistant kochia
- Evaluate other weed biotypes that may exhibit resistance
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