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Weeds and Weed Control

Among the weed problems faced by Arkansas wheat farmers, wild garlic has emerged recently as a weed of major economic importance. Annual rye grass ranks second in importance to wild garlic. These and other commonly occurring weed species are listed below.

Recommendations for control measures should be verified with your county agent or the Agricultural Extension Service in Little Rock. The University of Arkansas Weed and Brush Control Guide (MP44) contains the latest recommendations. Mention of a trade name does not imply endorsement by the University of Arkansas.

Annual Rye Grass

Blue Cornflower





Other Annual Broadleaf Weeds


Wild Garlic


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