Take Action

Take Action - United Soybean Board. Take Action is an industry-wide partnership between university weed scientists, major herbicide providers, and corn, cotton, sorghum, soy and wheat organizations to help you manage herbicide-resistant weeds. Use this site to learn how you can diversify your weed control techniques to fight herbicide resistance.

Take Action Herbicide Classification Chart

Role of Tillage in Managing Herbicide-Resistant Weeds. Bryan Young, Purdue University. This presentation on the Plant Management Network will help growers evaluate how tillage is being used in their production system to combat herbicide-resistant weeds, an increasingly critical and widespread challenge.

Palmer Amaranth

Amaranthus spp

Remain Vigilant for Palmer Amaranth
by Aaron Hager, University of Illinois

Accurate identification of weedy Amaranthus species during early vegetative stages can be difficult. However, identification of the various species becomes much more reliable when plants are in flower. View photos



Weed ID

Weeds of the North Central States - North Central Regional Research Publication 281

Common Weed Seedlings of the North Central States - Michigan State University

Weed Identification Guide - Iowa State University

Early Spring Weeds of No-till Crop Production - North Central Cooperative Extension Service

Weed Emergence Sequence Poster - University of Illinois

Weed Identification and Herbicide Injury Guide for Corn and Soybean - IPM1007


Herbicide Mode of Action chart - University of Wisconsin

Herbicide Mode of Action and Injury Symptoms - University of Minnesota

Soybean Injury from Soil-Applied Herbicides - University of Illinois, 2014

Fix it before it BREAKS: Glyphosate Stewardship - Iowa Soybean Association

Managing Weed Resistance for Higher Yield: Stewardship Keeps Technology Working for You. Iowa Soybean Association

Take Action Herbicide Classification Chart