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Tillage Effects on Weed Management

December 9, 2019 | By Rupp Seeds

Screen shot image of SeedSCOOP publication discussing tillage effects on weed management.

Tillage has been used since the beginning of agriculture to prepare the seedbed and reduce weeds that will compete with the crop. Tillage can be used in the spring, in-season, and after harvest as a single tactic weed management tool or in combination with other control tactics. The weeds present in any given field will reflect the tillage management system used; therefore, the weed community in a conventional tillage system will be very different than those in a no-till system. Learn more about using tillage as a weed management tool in this issue of SeedScoop.

SeedSCOOP - Tillage Effects on Weed Management