Project Type: Partnership
Funds awarded in 2021: $39,680.00
Projected End Date: 03/31/2023
Grant Recipient: Stute Farms
Region: North Central
Dr. James Stute
For independent research agronomist Jim Stute, the appearance of glyphosate-resistant giant ragweed, waterhemp, and marestail on his East Troy, Wis., farm was alarming, but it was also an opportunity to test the ability of cover crops to suppress them. In this fascinating video, Stute explains the promising results of his most recent soybean trials and answers your questions about implementing his planting green methods onto your own farm. Learn how planting green fits into an overall resistance management system and how rye termination timing impacts weed suppression, soybean development and yield.
This product is associated with the project "Can "planting green" suppress troublesome glyphosate tolerant/ resistant weeds in no-till soybean?"
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