NCAT NCAT ATTRA ATTRA

Sign up for the
Weekly Harvest Newsletter!

Published every Wednesday, the Weekly Harvest e-newsletter is a free Web digest of sustainable agriculture news, resources, events and funding opportunities gleaned from the Internet. See past issues of the Weekly Harvest.
Sign up here


Search This Site

Sign up for the Weekly Harvest Newsletter

What Is Sustainable Agriculture?

Master Publication List

Search Our Databases

Urban Agriculture

Energy Alternatives

Beginning Farmer

Field Crops

Horticultural Crops

Livestock & Pasture

Local Food Systems

Food Safety

Marketing, Business & Risk Management

Organic Farming

Pest Management

Soils & Compost

Water Management

Ecological Fisheries and Ocean Farming

Other Resources

Sign Up for The Dirt E-News

Home Page


Contribute to NCAT

Newsletters

Newsletter sign up button

· Privacy Policy · Newsletter Archives


RSS Icon XML Feeds

RSS 2.0: Events, Breaking News, Funding Opportunities Atom: Events, Breaking News, Funding Opportunities

 

NCAT strives to make our information available to everyone who needs it. If you are a limited-access or low-income farmer and find that one of our publications is just not in your budget, please call 800-346-9140.

 

How are we doing?

 

Home  >  Pest Management  >   Field Bindweed Control Alternatives (Summary)

Field Bindweed Control Alternatives



bindweed.png

Digital Price:

 Free

Print Price:

 Unavailable

By Preston Sullivan

Published: August 2004

Updated: August 2004

© NCAT

CT103

8 pages


Download PDF

or

View HTML

Please note: This ATTRA publication has been archived or discontinued.
Therefore, the information contained in it may not be up to date.


Introduction

Field bindweed can be a pernicious weed. This publication outlines alternative cultural and physical controls and the use of cover crops and crop rotations to suppress field bindweed. It also discusses least-toxic herbicides and provides a list of resources for supplies and additional information about field bindweed control.

Table of Contents

Introduction
Cultural Controls
Physical Controls
Crop Rotations and Cover Crops
Combining Mechanical and Cropping Strategies
Least Toxic Herbicides
References
Further Resources
Suppliers List
Enclosures

Note: Digital downloads are in full color. Printed, mailed copies are only available in black & white.

 

Back to top

This page was last updated on: November 21, 2017