A field study was conducted in 2017 and 2018 to determine foliar efficacy of halauxifen-methyl, 2,4-D, or dicamba applied alone and in combination with glyphosate at preplant burndown timing. Experiments were conducted near Painter, VA, Rocky Mount, NC, Jackson, NC, and Gates, NC. Control of horseweed, henbit, purple deadnettle, cutleaf evening primrose, curly dock, purple cudweed, and common chickweed were evaluated. Halauxifen-methyl applied at 5 g ae ha-1 controlled small and large horseweed 89% and 79%, respectively, and was similar to control by dicamba applied at 280 g ae ha-1. Both rates of 2,4-D at 533 (Low Rate, LR) or 1066 (High Rate, HR) g ae ha-1 were less effective than halauxifen-methyl and dicamba for controlling horseweed. Halauxifen-methyl was the only auxin herbicide to control henbit (90%) and purple deadnettle (99%). Cutleaf eveningprimrose was controlled 74 to 85%, 51%, and 4% by 2,4-D, dicamba, and halauxifen-methyl, respectively. Dicamba and 2,4-D controlled curly dock 59 to 70% and were more effective than halauxifen-methyl (5%). Auxin herbicides applied alone controlled purple cudweed and common chickweed ≤ 21%. With the exception of cutleaf evening primrose (35%) and curly dock (37%), glyphosate alone provided ≥ 95% control of all weeds evaluated. These experiments demonstrate halauxifen-methyl effectively (≥ 79%) controls horseweed, henbit, and purple deadnettle, whereas common chickweed, curly dock, cutleaf evening-primrose, and purple cudweed control by the herbicide is inadequate (≤ 7%).