Palmer amaranth is a resilient weed with increasing herbicide resistance and territorial
expansion that could harm your crops. Through identification and precaution, you can
maintain your plant health and yield potentials.
Mature Palmer amaranth has hairless, diamond-shaped leaves that may have a white chevron pattern. Plants are dioecious (single gender), and the female develops a prickly, long seed head.
Palmer amaranth is a highly competitive weed species that can hurt your crop’s yield and economic value. Early detection
and appropriate action against Palmer amaranth is critical for effective control of your operation.
For more information, contact your local Mycogen Seeds customer agronomist
or trusted agronomic adviser.