The recent trend toward restricting herbicide use has produced interest in alternative and integrated weed control strategies that include cultivation. As a result, newly developed implements are now available to vegetable growers, but the potential uses of these tools for numerous vegetable crops can be confusing. This video describes some of these tools and their advantages and disadvantages, based on four years of research at Cornell University. It should be noted, however,
that this is not a complete list. Several other designs are available that were not tested in these
See also the 1997 publication New Tools for Mechanical Weed Control in Vegetables: hort.cornell.edu/extension/commercial/vegetables/weeds/newcultivationmech.pdf
Produced by Robin Bellinder and Jed Colquhoun, Department of Horticulture, Cornell University.
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