- Drought: Implications for near-term management decisions in field crops - The recent trend in higher than normal temperatures paired with lower than normal precipitation puts Michigan field crops at risk.
- Irrigation to improve herbicide performance - Irrigation can greatly improve herbicide performance in dry soil conditions.
- 4-28Palmer_IdentificationCHRISTY.pdf - Keys to Identification.
- Crabgrass control during a hot summer - Crabgrass has been enjoying the high temperatures in Michigan by invading turfgrass areas.
- Conserving soil moisture in vegetables: Effects of weed management and cover crop mulches - During hot, dry summer like this, timely weed management and retention of surface mulch can help reduce crop stress and minimize irrigation costs.
- Dry conditions will likely impact herbicide carryover to rotational crops - Dry conditions this growing season throughout most of Michigan have not only affected the current crop, but will likely impact rotational crops including wheat and cover crops planted this fall.