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The MSU Extension Cropland Weed Ecology and Management Laboratory collaborates with agricultural professionals to develop and deliver research-based information on weed ecology and management.

This page contains links to publications, studies, and multimedia made available by our team of specialists.  Under each page heading is a list of related resources.  Use the table of contents to jump to a section of interest.

To learn more about the cropland weed management resources listed on this page, contact a cropweed specialist, or use the MSU Extension website to find your local Montana Extension Agent.

Contents

  1. Weeds
  2. Herbicides
  3. Crops
  4. Sustainable Organic Cropping Systems
  5. Useful Links
  6. Multimedia
  7. Further Information

 

Weeds

Resources for the invasive plants we deal with in Montana, including dedicated sections for Canada Thistle, Cheatgrass, and crop weed management.  Links may lead away from this website.

 

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Herbicides

Resources for the management of invasive plants by using herbicide.  Visit the Extension Pesticide Education Program to learn more about herbicide safety. 

 

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Crops

Information and Extension MontGuides for common Montana crops, including lentils and dry peas.

 

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Sustainable and Organic Cropping Systems

Resources for growing sustainable crops.  Links may lead away from this website.

 

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Multimedia

Selecting a title will expand the page to reveal a YouTube player and video summary, clicking the title a second time will again collapse the section, but does not stop the video.  Stay up to date with the latest IPM video releases by subscribing to the MSU Extension YouTube channel.

This webinar was recorded on October 13, 2021.  Presenters: Patrick Carr, Tim Seipel, and Jed Eberly of Montana State University.

Pat Carr is the superintendent and Associate Professor at Montana State University’s Central Agricultural Research Center.  Tim Seipel is the Extension IPM Cropland Weed Specialist and Assistant Research Professor at Montana State University, and Jed Eberly is a microbiologist and Assistant Professor at Montana State University.

Funding for this webinar is provided by the National Institute for Food and Agriculture (NIFA), Organic Agriculture Research and Extension Initiative (OREI).  The researchers are participants in project CREEP Stop: Organic Control of Canada Thistle and Field Bindweed in the Northern Great Plains and Pacific Northwest regions.

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Useful Links

More useful field crop weed resources.  Links may lead away from this website.

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Further Information

For more information about the cropland weed management resources that are listed on this page, contact a cropweed specialist or use the MSU Extension website to find your local Montana Extension Agent.

Use the links below to explore more of this website, or visit other departments by returning to the IPM home page.

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