Topic: UC Ag Experts Talk: Managing Glyphosate-Resistant Weeds in Orchard Crops
Description: One hour webinar about glyphosate-resistant weed management in orchards, delivered by Dr. Brad Hanson. One CEU (other) from the DPR is approved.
Time: Apr 24, 2019 3:00 PM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)
Recorded version will be published on UC IPM YouTube channel about a week after the webinar.
The link to register is https://ucanr.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_96wd2GBMQl2Ou4i4oSwTTg
More information about the...
Don't miss Robert Norris' photo exhibit...
April 1-May 31, 2019
Buehler Alumni Center, UC Davis
UNSEEN FLOWERS focus-stacked & macrophotography of weeds (mostly)
Photographer: Robert F. Norris (email@example.com)
Robert started taking plant photographs in the late 1950s. He learned...
Have you listened to a Growing the Valley podcast? Here are a couple you might want to check out.
In this short episode, Phoebe Gordon chats with Dr. Brad Hanson, Weed Specialist with UC Davis. They talk about perennial weed management, as well as two species that have recently become problematic in orchard crops: alkaliweed and threespike goosegrass. We don't know a.../h4>
Summer grass weed species are becoming more troublesome in orchards in the Central Valley of California. Feather fingergrass, junglerice, sprangletop and threespike goosegrass, to name a few, are summer grass weed species that germinate (or in some cases, resume growing) when the soil temperatures start to rise in the spring, develop during the summer and complete their life cycle in the fall. With such a life cycle, summer grass weed species reach their maximum biomass accumulation late summer/early fall – coincidently when harvest operations are taking place – if previous weed management approaches were inefficient. To make matters worse, some of the mentioned weed species have some degree of glyphosate...
- Re-posted by: Gale Perez
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