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Leaf Crops Ed Peachey Revised:  March 2022 ...
Onion Joel Felix Revised:  March 2022 This article includes information on dry bulb and green onions, leeks, shallots, and spring onions. ...
Pea (Green or English) Ed Peachey Revised:  March 2022 Peas are drilled in closely spaced rows early in spring, which limits weed emergence and species diversity. Most growers apply herbicides to suppress or eliminate weed competition, or potential contam ...
Rhubarb Ed Peachey Revised:  March 2022 ...
Tomato, Pepper, and Eggplant Ed Peachey Revised:  March 2022 These three crops are members of the Solanaceae family, and can be either direct-seeded or planted as transplants. Although these crops are closely related, some herbicides are registered for us ...
Vegetable Seed Crops Ed Peachey Revised:  March 2022 Be sure to check vegetable crop sections of this handbook for additional herbicide listings for seed crops. If an herbicide is labeled for use in a given food crop, that herbicide also may be used in pr ...
Christmas Trees Marcelo Moretti and Ed Peachey Revised:  March 2022 Excessive weed growth in Christmas trees reduces tree vigor, increases vertebrate pests, and can reduce the quality of the product if plant debris is lodged among branches. However, compl ...
Nursery, Greenhouse, and Bulb Crops Revised:  March 2022 ...
Site Preparation Lloyd Nackley and Brian Hill Revised:  March 2022 ...
Weed Control in Container-grown Nursery Stock Lloyd Nackley Revised:  March 2022 Sanitation The first step to effective weed management is sanitation. Start with potting mixes that are free from weed seeds. Control weeds that have wind-dispersed seeds aro ...