bindweed, noxious weed, south dakota
Field bindweed is the most widespread noxious week in South Dakota. Fall-aplied herbicides can be especially effective on this weed. The herbicide translocates more extensively into the roots. Control for some treatments is nearly doubled. It’s particularly useful in fallow, in shelterbelt, or following harvest of early crops. There are fewer restrictions on grazing or haying, especially in rights-of-way.
Wrage, Leon J. and Johnson, Paul O., "Fall Control: Field Bindweed" (2002). SDSU Extension Extra Archives. 288.