Greg Kruger - Weed Science and Application Technology Specialist

Greg Kruger

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Adjunct Faculty
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402 W State Farm Rd North Platte NE 69101-7751
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Work 308-696-6715 On campus, dial 7-6715

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Horseweed plant stages
Figure 1. (Top left) Newly emerged horseweed seedlings in the cotyledon stage. (Bottom left) Seedling in the rosette stage with true leaves formed. (Right) Horseweed plants that are early in the bolting stage.

Nebraska Extension Pest of The Month: Horseweed

January 5, 2017

Horseweed (marestail, Conyza canadensis L.) is a unique weed species that can emerge in both fall and spring. In Nebraska, unlike the eastern Corn Belt, horseweed populations predominantly emerge in fall as a winter annual.

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Control Early Stages of Marestail and Kochia

March 18, 2016

Glyphosate-resistant weeds pose a major threat to no-till production in Nebraska.

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Greg Kruger
Greg Kruger, Nebraska Extension Weed Science and Application Technology Specialist, demonstrating sprayer nozzle features.

Pesticide Sprayer Nozzle Selection Workshop Jan. 15 at ARDC

January 6, 2016
Using the right pesticide sprayer nozzle for the job can improve application efficiency, reduce spray drift, and save you money in the long run. But with all the nozzles available and new nozzle recommendations on pesticide labels, how can you be sure you're making the best selection? Find out at a Nebraska Extension workshop on Nozzle Selection and Pest Management Practices with Pesticides Jan. 15 at the UNL ARDC in Mead.

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