Many cover crop species have characteristics that make them both desirable as cover crops and troublesome weed species. Weedy cover crop escapes not only affect the current production crop, but also can produce seeds and establish a seed bank that will produce future weed problems. This publication describes how producers can effectively terminate cover crops with herbicides to prevent them from becoming weeds in production crops.
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Last Review Date - 9/1/2015
Travis Legleiter, Bill Johnson, Kevin Gibson, Thomas N. Jordan