This publication gives producers a table display of herbicide trade and common names and their labeled plant-back restrictions for six major row crops grown in Arkansas.
Weed Management in Arkansas Row Crops
Weeds can be a primary pest in row crops because they compete with crop plants for available light, water, nutrients and space. Our Arkansas Crops Blog has the latest recommendations and information for Arkansas farmers.
PAM Weed Control Program
Palmer Amaranth Management (PAM) is a planning tool that evaluates the effectiveness of various Palmer amaranth management options. PAM integrates agronomic, biological, and economic information to help users understand the long-term implications of a given management strategy, or a lack thereof, and thereby make informed management decisions.
Arkansas Weed Management Publications
Our scientists and specialists conduct research to recommend the latest in weed management control options. Below are two of our most commonly requested weed management publications.
MP44 is a summary of the latest recommendations for the use of herbicides in Arkansas and conforms with federal and state regulations.