Spring has arrived. The new season is bringing budding trees and blossoming flowers, along with runny and stuffy noses, sneezes and itchy, watery eyes.
Farmers can tailor their efforts to control weeds more effectively by pinpointing when a particular weed will emerge, according to a new Cornell University study.
Weeds like Palmer amaranth can spread by seeds that end up in livestock feed. A new method helps track contaminated manure so farmers can fend off this pest
Nebraska research team helps identify the best weed control program to help farmers control Palmer amaranth in soybean fields
Soybean yields decreased when planted after cereal rye
New Brunswick, N.J. (April 7, 2020) – Rutgers University–New Brunswick Professor Michelle Infante-Casella and other Rutgers faculty and staff are available for interviews on home gardening during the COVID-19 pandemic. In each county in New Jersey, the Agriculture and Natural…