Best practices for managing weeds in South Carolina fall broccoli production
The establishment of a broccoli industry in the South Carolina will meet the demands of consumers in the state who desire local produce. From a physiological perspective the best time to grow broccoli in South Carolina is the fall. However, during this time period weeds are actively competing with broccoli and can negatively impact yield and quality of the broccoli. Using a pre-plant herbicide coupled with a post-transplant cultivation significantly improves broccoli yield.
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Cutulle M, Ward B, Campbell HT. Best Practices for Managing Weeds in South Carolina Fall Broccoli Production. Clemson (SC): Clemson Cooperative Extension, Land-Grant Press by Clemson Extension; 2020. LGP 1092. http://lgpress.clemson.edu/publication/best-practices-for-managing-weeds-in-south-carolina-fall-broccoli-production/.