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Using Aminopyralid Preemergent in Pastures for Western Ragweed Control

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Posted Aug. 13, 2014

Western ragweed (Ambrosia psilostachya) is considered one of the most common weeds in pastures and rangeland in the Southern Great Plains. It is an aggressive competitor with grasses and is generally considered unpalatable to cattle (Vermeire et al., 2013). It is found in abundance in at least 30 states, Canada and Mexico (Pavek, 1992).

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Eddie Funderburg, Ed.D., previously served as a senior soils and crops consultant at Noble Research Institute, from 2000-2021. His bachelor’s degree is from Louisiana Tech University and his master’s degree and doctorate are from Louisiana State University. Before coming to Noble Research Institute, he worked at Mississippi State University and Louisiana State University as state extension soil specialist.

James Locke is the former planned consultation manager and a senior soils and crops consultant. He can be found on LinkedIn.

Jon Biermacher, Ph.D.
Former Professor

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