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A single Palmer amaranth is way too many, say Arkansas scientists

How much damage can one little Palmer amaranth seed cause?

A lot, according to research done by weed scientists at the University of Arkansas, who set out to document both the distribution patterns of Palmer amaranth and its impact on cotton yield. Their findings led them to recommend a zero tolerance threshold for the weed.

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Some Kentucky wheat growers finding disease at harvest

Mother Nature threw some curve balls to the wheat crop over the growing season. Now at harvest time, some growers are finding out their crop safely weathered the season, while others are discovering they struck out.

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