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Rain-Fed Weeds in Cotton Need Mid-Season Control

Rain-Fed Weeds in Cotton Need Mid-Season Control

The exceptional rainfall in the spring and summer throughout Texas has caused high weed pressure throughout the state and continues to be a challenge in the Rolling Plains cotton crop.

According to Dr. Emi Kimura, Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service agronomist in Vernon, and Dr. Gaylon Morgan, AgriLife Extension statewide cotton specialist in College Station, mid-season weed control is needed to prevent yield loss and to reduce the amount of weed seed left in the soil,

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