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Managing weeds a top priority

A farmer in southwest Minnesota says weed management has taken the top priority when conditions are right to spray.

“Once the corn has done, we spray the soybeans.”

George Goblish tells Brownfield with all of the recent rains, the weeds have become a problem.

“There’s waterhemp, lambsquarter, grasses and pigweed.”

Goblish farms corn and soybeans in Redwood County, Minnesota.

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