Crops that emerge from seed left over from the previous season harvest are considered weeds in subsequent cropping cycles. In the case of peanuts, pods that detach from the pegs/vines during the...
Invasive weeds are troublesome in agronomic cropping systems and nearby non-crop environments. Benghal dayflower (Commelina benghalensis L.), also known as tropical spiderwort, was first detected in...
There are several pest species of stink bugs found in the southeastern United States, including the green stink bug, Chinavia hilare, the southern green stink bug, Nezara viridula, the rice stink...
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