Drought Advisory: Water Conservation, Weed Control Go Hand in Hand

WSU Drought Advisory: Controlling weeds greatly reduces water loss in crops. Many weeds, such as ragweed, sunflower, lambsquarter, and Russian thistle, use more water than crops like wheat, corn, and ...
Author: Parker, Robert
SKU: EM4856
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