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  • This agronomic image shows a clean cornfield after Acuron applied pre-emergence at 2.5 qt/A with 1 qt/A atrazine

    The Dirt on Large-seeded Broadleaf Weeds

    Caption: Urbana, Ohio: Acuron applied pre-emergence at 2.5 qt/A with 1 qt/A atrazine in a field with a history of giant ragweed pressure. Application made on May 28, 2016. Photo taken 88 days after treatment. Cocklebur, giant ragweed and morningglory are often referred to as “large-seeded” broadleaf weeds because they produce larger seeds than their small-seeded counterparts: lambsquarters, marestail and waterhemp. While large-seeded broadleaf weeds tend to produce fewer seeds, the seeds are heartier and…



This agronomic image shows the weed marestail.
This agronomic image shows a soybean field.
Seed treated soybean pods.
This agronomic image shows a field of marestail.
This agronomic photo shows potatoes.
This agronomic image shows Nk corn hybrids at a Grow More Experience site.
This agronomic image shows giant ragweed.
This agronomic image shows soybeans.
This agronomic image shows soybean seedlings.