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Be proactive and timely. Know when to anticipate specific weeds for your area and plan to scout accordingly.
Track your local weather conditions. Environmental factors can significantly influence when and whether weeds develop in your fields.
Walk through fields using a zigzag or "W" shaped approach. This will help you get a more comprehensive overview of what potential problems each field contains.
Take good notes. Record the types, numbers and locations of weeds you have in each field as well as the time and date. Hang onto this information so you can reference it next year.
Check your fields during early pre-plant and post emergence as well. Be vigilant to check fields for weed growth during the first three weeks following crop emergence to evaluate weed pressure and to determine whether you need supplemental control measures.
If you find weeds you do not recognize, consult your agronomist,
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