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WSSA Annual Meeting – Earlybird Registration Extended to Dec 19

The WSSA has decided to extend the Early Bird registration for an additional week.  The new early bird deadline is December 19th.  On December 20th the registration rate will increase for full registration. more »

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WSSA Elections FY 2018 Voting Deadline is Dec 2, 2017

The election for vacant WSSA Board of Director positions are now open. This year, the Vice-President, the Treasurer, and Member-at-Large positions are open for voting. more »

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WSSA Research Awards Nurture Careers in Weed Science

WESTMINSTER, Colorado – November 14, 2017 – Weed science research isn’t limited solely to seasoned experts with advanced degrees. In fact, savvy and creative undergrads are getting into the act, nurtured along by research grants from the Weed Science Society … more »

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Weed Science Society Meetings Will Focus on New Technologies, New Research and Regulatory Landscape

Weed Science Society Meetings Will Focus on New Technologies, New Research and Regulatory Landscape WESTMINSTER, Colorado – November 7, 2017 –  The Weed Science Society of America (WSSA) and its affiliated weed science societies will use their upcoming annual meetings … more »

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Experts Say It’s Time to Get The Facts and Take Action Against Algal Bloom

Experts Say It’s Time to Get The Facts and Take Action Against Algal Bloom WESTMINSTER, Colorado – October 16, 2017 – Scummy, smelly masses of algae have become commonplace on bodies of water across the U.S.  And no community is … more »

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EPA Guidance for Herbicide Resistance Management Labeling, Education, Training, and Stewardship

The US EPA has recently published its final “Guidance for Herbicide Resistance Management Labeling, Education, Training, and Stewardship” a.k.a. Pesticide Registration Notice (PRN) 2017-2. more »

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WSSA Award Nomination Deadline Extended to September 22, 2017

Due to the recent hurricanes and other events over the past couple weeks, it has been decided to move the awards nomination deadline to Friday, September 22, 2017. This extra time more »

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Make Sure Your Seed Mix is Tested for the Nation’s Most Troublesome Weed

WESTMINSTER, Colorado – Scientists from the Weed Science Society of America (WSSA) say some native seed mixes planted to foster habitats for honeybees and other pollinators have been found to be contaminated with Palmer amaranth – a weed ranked by … more »

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2018 WSSA Award Nominations Requested

WSSA is currently accepting nominations for various awards to be presented at the 2018 Annual Meeting in Arlington, VA. All award nominations must be submitted electronically more »

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APMS Annual Meeting Focuses on New Developments in the Management of Invasive Aquatic Plants

WESTMINSTER, Colorado – JULY 10, 2017 – Today the Weed Science Society of America (WSSA) announced it will be participating in the 57th Annual Meeting of the Aquatic Plant Management Society (APMS), scheduled for July 16-19 in Daytona Beach, Florida. … more »

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