crp, weed control, south dakota
Weed control reduces the risk of failure of need seedings. Controlling weeds in established CRP reduces spread to adjacent fields. Control of noxious weeds is required by South Dakota statute. Anticipate weed problems based on field history. Annuals that produced seed during the last one or two seasons can be expected to be a significant part of the problem. Perennial weeds persist form year to year. Extra control efforts are required to weaken and reduce stands to reduce competition and prevent spread
Wrage, Leon J. and Deneke, Darrell L., "Weed Control in CRP" (1997). SDSU Extension Extra Archives. 330.