The crop and forage weed science program focuses on solving weed management challenges currently facing the Commonwealth, with an emphasis placed on sustainable and economic solutions. The management strategies discovered are then disseminated to growers through publications, web-based media, and presentations in conjunction with Virginia Cooperative Extension.

Disclosure of Funding Sources:

 AMVAC Chemical Corporation, BASF, Bayer CropScience, Dow AgroSciences, E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Company, FMC Corporation, Gowan Company, Greenleaf, Hypro, ISK Biosciences, Max Systems, Monsanto Company, NCSU College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, SePRO Corporation, Southern Integrated Pest Management Center, Syngenta, United Phosphorous Inc., USDA NIFA, USDA NRCS Conservation Innovation Grants, Virginia Agricultural Council, Virginia Agricultural Experiment Station, Virginia Crop Improvement Association, Virginia Corn Board, Virginia Department of Agriculture and Consumer Sciences, Virginia Small Grains Board, Virginia Soybean Board, Virginia Tech College of Agriculture and Life Sciences