Control de Malezas - Químico, Mecánico, Herbicidas

Herbicides Registered in Almonds in California

Charts & Tables: Susceptibility of Annual Broadleaf Weeds to Herbicides Registered in Almonds in California Susceptibility of Annual Grass and Perennial Weeds to Herbicides Registered in Almonds in California Performance of Preemergence Herbicides Performance of Postemergence...
Kurt Hembree
UC ANR

Herbicide Carryover in Hay, Manure, Compost, and Grass Clippings

Many farmers and home gardeners have reported damage to vegetable and flower crops after applying horse or livestock manure, compost, hay, or grass clippings to the soil. The symptoms reported include poor seed germination; death of young plants; twisted, cupped, and elongated leaves; misshapen...
Jeanine Davis
Sue Ellen Johnson
Katie Jennings
North Carolina Cooperative Extension

Clasificación y uso de los herbicidas por su modo de acción

La interferencia de la maleza en los cultivos ocasiona pérdidas en el rendimiento y calidad de los productos cosechados y las prácticas realizadas para su control, incrementan los costos de producción. El manejo de maleza debe considerar la integración de prá...
Enrique Rosales Robles
Ricardo Sánchez de la Cruz
Instituto Nacional de Investigaciones Forestales Agrícolas y Pecuarias, Mexico

Peanut- Insect, Disease, Nematode, and Weed Control Recommendations

Contents IPM Insect Control in Peanuts Table of Peanut Insect Control (chemical) Table of Common Beneficial Insects Occurring in Peanut Fields Disease and Nematode Control Table of Peanut Disease Control Table of Properties of Fungicides and Nematicides Used on Peanuts That May...
Alabama Cooperative Extension System
Alabama A&M and Auburn Universities

Manual del Cultivo de la Cebolla: Control de Malezas

El control de malezas es una operación que requiere mucho tiempo y dinero. Con frecuencia constituye una elevado proporción del  costo del cultivo. Las cebollas tienen un sistema radical limitado y sus hojas nunca cubren completamente al suelo, por lo que son malas competidoras...
Oscar G. Campeglia
INTA Argentina

Weed Management on Organic Farms

Organic farmers struggling to develop effective and economical weed management practices are not alone. Farmers rank weeds as the number one barrier to organic production (Walz, 1999). And organic farmers cite weed management as their number one research priority. In approaching weed management...
Denise M. Finney
Nancy G. Creamer
CEFS NC State University

Mint production and pest management in Indiana

The mints are grown for the essential oils that they produce in specialized glands on the leaves and stems. This oil is readily recovered by steam distillation of the harvested hay. Peppermint and spearmint oils are widely used to flavor chewing gum, candy, pharmaceuticals, toothpaste and other...
Steve Weller
Ralph Green
Cheri Janssen
Fred Whitford
Purdue University Cooperative Extension Service

Alternatives to Methyl Bromide Soil Fumigation for Florida Vegetable Production

Florida growers, who have continued to rely on existing and internationally approved CUE supplies of methyl bromide, painfully recognize an increase in price, a future of diminishing supply, and the limits to which methyl bromide use rates can be reduced without loss of pesticidal efficacy and...
J. W. Noling
D. A. Botts
A. W. MacRae
University of Florida, IFAS Extension

Weed Management

Weeds reduce yield and quality of vegetables through direct competition for light, moisture and nutrients as well as by interference with harvest operations. Early season competition is most critical and a major emphasis on control should be made during this period. Common amaranth reduces yields...
W.M. Stall
A.W. MacRae
University of Florida, IFAS Extension

Commercial Apple: Insect, Disease, and Weed Control

The guide contains the latest recommendations for insecticides, fungicides, nematicides, and herbicides for commercial apple production. The guide is a collaborative effort by Extension specialists and researchers from land grant institutions in the southeastern United States.
Robert Boozer
Edward J. Sikora
Alabama Cooperative Extension System