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If every waterhemp and Palmer amaranth plant could be made male, the population would theoretically crash after a few generations.
Although fungicides work well in cases where fungal diseases are likely to limit yield potential, university trials show no positive impact on hail-damaged corn or soybeans.
University of Illinois crop scientists are busily planting these days, too.
Finding could lead to an effective nematicide.
Chinese soybean demand remains uncertain due to that nation’s struggle with COVID-19.