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Palmer amaranth
control in soybeans

Glyphosate-resistant Palmer amaranth is wide-spread across the Coastal Plain and is showing up alarmingly fast in the Piedmont.  Learn how to control it before it spreads.

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Photo courtesy Rebecca D. Wallace, Univ. of Georgia

Palmer amaranth
control in soybeans

Glyphosate-resistant Palmer amaranth is wide-spread across the Coastal Plain and is showing up alarmingly fast in the Piedmont.  Learn how to control it before it spreads.

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Kudzu Bug - News and
Information

A new interactive guide to kudzu bug identification and control has been created by collaborators from Clemson University, University of Georgia and the South Carolina Soybean Board.

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