NEWSS Cooperative Extension

Web Sites in the northeastern United States

CONNECTICUT DELAWARE KENTUCKY
Connecticut Cooperative Extension Delaware Cooperative Extension Kentucky Cooperative Extension
MAINE MARYLAND MASSACHUSETTS
Maine Cooperative Extension Maryland Cooperative Extension Massachusetts Cooperative Extension
NEW HAMPSHIRE NEW JERSEY NEW YORK
New Hampshire Cooperative Extension New Jersey Cooperative Extension New York Cooperative Extension
NORTH CAROLINA OHIO PENNSYLVANIA
North Carolina Cooperative Extension Ohio Cooperative Extension Pennsylvania Cooperative Extension
RHODE ISLAND TENNESSEE VERMONT
Rhode Island Cooperative Extension Tennessee Cooperative Extension Vermont Cooperative Extension
VIRGINIA WEST VIRGINIA  
Virginia Cooperative Extension West Virginia Cooperative Extension  

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DISCLAIMER

All information provided on this page is not an endorsement of any kind by Northeastern Weed Science Society of any product or any company mentioned in one form or another in the text, links, or as a reference. This page is a part of a world wide web (Internet) and uses materials that are freely available, and are a public domain. All claims and regulations are sole responsibility of authors stating them. This page is not a “to-be-cited” reference for pesticide use and/or weed identification but serves only as a convergence point of various information, available publicly over the world wide web through various web pages and manufacturers websites. We feel that compilation of such information in one place could be useful. We do not intend to infringe on any copyrighted information, thus if you see something that should not be appearing here — let us know and we will promptly remove it.

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