A new case of Palmer amaranth has been confirmed in south central North Dakota. According to the state Agriculture Department, the plant was found in cropland in Sioux County. While it is limited to a single plant, the source of contamination is unknown. In 2019, Palmar amaranth has also been found in Morton, Grant and Emmons Counties, which all neighbor Sioux County. View all findings in North Dakota.
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