- Author: Brad Hanson
I spoke last week at the Central San Joaquin Valley Summer Almond Meeting (in Merced, CA) as part of a program that encompassed the almond industry, insect pests, disease managemment and weed control among other topics. The organizer, UCCE Farm Advisor David Doll, asked me to talk about herbicide selection, maximizing efficacy, and minimizing drift.
It was a good meeting and I thought I'd share my slides for others to read and consider.
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A few weed control comments and follow up questions on The Almond Doctor here: http://www.thealmonddoctor.com/2011/06/glyphosate-resistant-weed-control.html
I also posted a related publication on horseweed and fleabane here: http://ucanr.org/blogs/blogcore/postdetail.cfm?postnum=5152