Tufted vetch is a perennial legume weed that is extremely tough to control in many crops, especially soybeans. For the better part of 13 seasons, I’ve looked at numerous strategies to manage this species but with little success. During the 2014 season, the addition of 2,4-D ester to glyphosate applied 7 days prior to planting provided some optimism. In 2015 the trial was duplicated and the results of both seasons are provided.

Read the entire report here: Tufted Vetch Control In Soybean With Pre-Plant Burndown Herbicides