Manipulating vineyard weeds with herbicides
California Agriculture 42(3):15-16.
Published May 01, 1988
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Vineyard weeds vary from location to location but often include a broad complex of 15 to 25 species. Most vineyard managers control weeds by applying herbicides or by plowing a strip down the crop row. Weeds between the rows are controlled by discing or mowing (mechanical or chemical) in a total weed control program. In some vineyards, annual or perennial grass or broadleaf cover crops are planted between the rows.