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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 a field of marestail.
This agronomic image shows giant ragweed.
This agronomic image shows waterhemp.
This agronomic image shows winter wheat.
This agronomic image shows soybeans ready for harvest.
This agronomic image shows soybeans.