Minnesota’s battle with Palmer amaranth is outlined in a Weed Sciences Society of America publication called Weed Technology. The article highlights the work of the Minnesota Department of Agriculture, University of Minnesota Extension and farmers. It was first identified in Minnesota in 2016. To date, Palmer amaranth has been found in nine counties. Most of those sites have been eradicated and the others are being monitored.
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