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An Abundance of Fire Ants!

The wet weather we have had this summer and fall has really allowed imported fire ants, Solenopsis invicta, to …

Sampling Soils and Forage + Bulls

Sampling Soil and Forages + Bulls By Paul Westfall, County Extension Director The soil is wet, so soil samples are harder …

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Flumioxazin spray drift on knockout rose one week after treatmen

Protoporphyrinogen Oxidase (PPO) Inhibitors

This factsheet describes the symptoms of a protoporphyrinogen oxidase inhibitor herbicide injury.

Knockout rose tender young foliage is damaged

Cellulose Inhibitors, Indaziflam, and Isoxaben

This factsheet describes the symptoms of cellulose-inhibiting herbicide injuries.

Interveinal chlorosis in peach from atrazine spray drift.

Photosystem II – Triazine Herbicides

This factsheet describes the symptoms of a photosystem II (PS II) inhibitor herbicide injury.

S-metolachlor EC contact injury to young rose foliage.

Shoot Inhibitors

This factsheet describes the symptoms of a shoot inhibitor herbicide injury.

Metribuzin drift on Knockout rose five days after treatment.

Metribuzin

This factsheet describes the symptoms of a metribuzin herbicide injury.

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Agricultural Nitrogen Accounting in Nutrient Impaired and Regulated River Basins: The Nitrogen Loss Estimation Worksheet Tool

This publication discusses how the Nitrogen Loss Estimation Worksheet Tool can be used to account …

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Chapter 3: Crop Production Management - Corn

This chapter of the North Carolina Organic Grain Production Guide covers key management practices for …

11/15/18

Chapter 5: Crop Production Management - Organic Soybeans

This chapter of the North Carolina Organic Grain Production Guide covers key management practices for …

11/15/18