MSU Extension releases new publication on diagnosing herbicide injury on plants
Last updated 12/16/2020 at 10:45am
From MSU News Service
BOZEMAN — Montana State University Extension has a new, free, 40-page color booklet available about diagnosing herbicide injury on plants.
“While herbicides are useful tools for managing weeds, sometimes they can also injure desired plants,” said Noelle Orloff, a diagnostician in the Schutter Diagnostic Lab. “This injury is referred to as non-target injury, or damage to plants other than the target weeds intended to be controlled by an herbicide application.”
Orloff said non-target herbicide injury is a continuing concern in Montana. For example, plant s...