Wyoming Producers Warned of Palmer Amaranth Weed

With up to one million seeds per plant, growth of three inches per day and being highly adaptive to environments and herbicides, Palmer amaranth has proven to be a weed of major concern.  Goshen County has the only known reports in Wyoming – so far.

“The biggest thing right now that producers need to be doing is just looking for it,”

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