Check Out The New Purdue Weed Science Website!

The Purdue Weed Science team has launched a new website (https://ag.purdue.edu/btny/purdueweedscience/) on March 30, 2021.  The purpose of this new website is to consolidate all information regarding our Integrated Weed Management research and extension efforts, as well as to highlight the work conducted by our graduate students. You can access our research reports dating back to 2002 by clicking on the “research” tab.  We have posted most of the pertinent weed science extension publications onto the site under the “extension” tab. Learn more about our graduate students and their research projects under the “people” tab. Useful resources on herbicide injury, weed identification, Select A Herb, Take Action, the herbicide classification chart, and invasive/noxious weeds are under the “resources” tab. Finally, our weekly blog post will be located under the “weed science news” tab.

Check it out and learn more about sustainable strategies for managing weeds!

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