Weed control isn’t normally a priority during harvest, but combines are the ideal vehicle to spread weed seeds across a field or carry them to the next. Herbicide-resistant weeds are an ever-growing issue, and prevention of the spread of those plants is a year-around duty. Trip Downing, a farm-equipment sales representative from Rochelle, Illinois, says
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4 Helpful Weed-Management Tips for After Harvest Once harvest has been completed and the season is over, you might start thinking of what needs to be done for next year. Weed management is one of those continuous tasks to think about any time. Here are four after-harvest weed-management practices you can do before the winter
With children across the country back in school, many school districts turn to biodiesel to help ensure the air they breathe is clean. Anyone who has had to sit in traffic behind a diesel-fueled bus understands concerns about the more than 24 million children who ride some 440,000 buses to and from school each day.