Mid- and Late-Season Weed Management in Coton in Midsouth and Southeast

​Weed management in cotton is critical to maximize yield potential and must be maintained throughout the growing season. A combination of herbicides with multiple sites-of-action, pre- and postemergence application, and overlapping soil residual activity helps to remove weed competition and provides a system that reduces weed resistance potential. POST-direct and layby herbicide applications under hoods may be needed later in the season if weed escapes occur. Frequent scouting can help guide well-timed herbicide applications throughout the growing season.​

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