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Tomato Weed Management

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This tomato crop has lost its lower leaves to fungal diseases. The weeds growing adjacent to the crop row have likely prolonged leaf wetness from morning dew, thus providing a more favorable environment for fungal growth on the tomato foliage. From Mark Schonbeck, Virginia Association for Biological Farming.

This tomato crop has lost its lower leaves to fungal diseases. The weeds growing adjacent to the crop row have likely prolonged leaf wetness from morning dew, thus providing a more favorable environment for fungal growth on the tomato foliage. From Mark Schonbeck, Virginia Association for Biological Farming.

This guide discusses the importance of weed management in maintaining a healthy crop. It also provides links to other weed management resources at the bottom of the page. This is part of NC State University’s guide, Southeastern US Vegetable Crop Handbook.

Wolfpack Weeds

The Wolfpack Weeds program provides weed management resources specific to North Carolina crops. Visitors can find weed identification tools and herbicide injury examples (with photos), links to Extension publications and recommendations from experts. Wolfpack Weeds is part of the NC State Department of Horticultural Science.

Weed Identification Guide

This guide will aid in the identification of common weeds and weed seedlings found throughout the Southeastern US. Developed by Virginia Tech, the weed pictures in this guide are arranged alphabetically by common name and may be viewed by clicking on the letters.

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