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    • Managing wild radish in wheat 

      Culpepper, Stanley (University of Georgia, 2009-10-23)
      Wild radish is the most common weed infesting small grains throughout Georgia. Wild radish is classified as a winter annual, but recently it has been germinating in Georgia during the fall, winter and spring.
    • Purple moonflower identification and control 

      Prostko, Eric P.; Culpepper, Stanley; Price, Daniel S.; Ellis, Charlie E., III (University of Georgia, 2009-01-05)
      Purple moonflower, also known as purple morningglory or lilacbell, is becoming common in many Georgia agricultural production fields. This weed has typically not been a major problem. Morningglory species often respond ...
    • Tropic croton identification and control in cotton and peanut 

      Prostko, Eric P.; Culpepper, Stanley (University of Georgia, 2009-03-24)
      This publication discusses tropic croton identification and control in cotton and peanut.
    • Tropical spiderwort identification and control in Georgia field crops 

      Prostko, Eric P.; Culpepper, Stanley; Webster, Theodore M.; Flanders, J. Tim (University of Georgia, 2009-03-25)
      Tropical spiderwort, also known as Bengal dayflower, is a noxious, exotic, invasive weed that has become a serious pest in many Georgia agricultural production areas. Tropical spiderwort thrives in wet areas, but once ...
    • University of Georgia herbicide programs for tropical spiderwort control in cotton 

      Culpepper, Stanley; Flanders, J. Tim; Webster, Theodore M.; Prostko, Eric P. (University of Georgia, 2008-02-04)
      Tropical spiderwort is a noxious, exotic, invasive weed that has spread quickly and has become a serious pest in many Georgia agricultural production areas. The increase in prevalence of tropical spiderwort may be attributed ...
    • University of Georgia programs for controlling moderate to severe populations of glyphosate-resistant Palmer amaranth in cotton 

      Culpepper, Stanley; Kichler, Jeremy M.; Sosnoskie, Lynn M. (University of Georgia, 2010-03-24)
      Glyphosate-resistant Palmer amaranth continues to spread rapidly across Georgia. By 2011, this pest will likely infest all Georgia cotton-producing counties. This publication discusses major factors influencing this rapid ...