Anyone who’s attended a Kerr Center horticulture workshop in the last umpteen years has been exposed to the idea that crop rotations confer numerous benefits both on the soils they’re carried out on, and on the crops that grow in those soils. Studies hot off the academic presses have just added more support to the notion.
Herbicide Injury Image Database
The University of Arkansas Cooperative Extension Service now has an online Herbicide Injury Database that shows images of different plants’ responses to herbicides. The plants included in the database included vegetable and field crops, as well as trees and flowers. The images can be searched by herbicide group, herbicide, plant, or plant and herbicide together.