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Dicamba Off-Target – 4 Reasons It’s Moving at Time of Application

Dicamba Off-Target – 4 Reasons It’s Moving at Time of Application

👤By Dr. Kevin Bradley, University of Missouri Division of Plant Sciences 🕔Aug 22, 2017

The situation. In 2017, there have been numerous instances of off-target movement of dicamba throughout the state of Missouri and beyond. While the majority of the injury on a per land unit area has definitely occurred in the boot heel

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Missouri: Rice Field Day, Malden, Aug. 24

Missouri: Rice Field Day, Malden, Aug. 24

👤From a Press Release 🕔Aug 21, 2017

The 2017 Missouri Rice Field Day will be held Thursday, August 24, at the Rice Research Farm. Field tours start at 8 a.m. The farm is located 8 miles west of Malden on Highway J. Tour speakers include: Michael Aide, Soil Scientist, Southeast

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Dicamba: Midwest Has Doubled Injury Reports and They Just Keep Coming

Dicamba: Midwest Has Doubled Injury Reports and They Just Keep Coming

👤By Kevin Bradley, University of Missouri Extension Specialist 🕔Aug 15, 2017

Several weeks ago we compiled information from many state Departments of Ag about the number of official dicamba-related cases that are currently under investigation in 2017, and also provided estimates from university weed scientists about the number of soybean acres

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Missouri: Mizzou Pest Management Field Day, Columbia, July 7

Missouri: Mizzou Pest Management Field Day, Columbia, July 7

👤By Mandy Bish, University of Missouri 🕔Jun 5, 2017

The annual Mizzou Pest Management Field Day will be Friday July 7th at the Bradford Research and Extension Center, approximately 8 miles east of Columbia, Missouri. Registration will begin at 8:00 a.m. with opening comments by Dr. Kevin Bradley at

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Missouri Crops: 2016 Arthropod Management Tests

👤By Moneen Jones, University of Missouri 🕔Jun 2, 2017

Evaluations of various pest management options against common pests of Bootheel row crops.

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Missouri Cotton, Sorghum: Section 18s Granted for Transform

Missouri Cotton, Sorghum: Section 18s Granted for Transform

👤By Moneen Jones, University of Missouri 🕔Jun 2, 2017

Here’s the emergency exempt Section 18 labels for Transform in cotton and sorghum for this year.

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Missouri: Armyworms in Wheat, Pastures – Control Options

Missouri: Armyworms in Wheat, Pastures – Control Options

👤By Gregory Luce, University of Missouri 🕔May 23, 2017

Armyworm feeding has been reported in wheat in Central Missouri as well as some severe feeding in some grass pastures in Western and NW Missouri. Here are some facts for scouting and threshold information on this occasional pest to Missouri

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Missouri Corn: How Much Nitrogen Has Been Lost to Rain?

Missouri Corn: How Much Nitrogen Has Been Lost to Rain?

👤By Peter Scharf, University of Missouri 🕔May 18, 2017

The spring was going great. Corn was nearly planted across Missouri and much of the corn belt. It was a little dry, but not too bad. Then a couple of big weather systems dropped 5 to 15 inches of rain

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Missouri Wheat: What to Do After Floods? What and See.

Missouri Wheat: What to Do After Floods? What and See.

👤By Duane Dailey, University of Missouri 🕔May 11, 2017

Wheat flooded before harvest brings questions from affected farmers. What do they do now? University of Missouri Extension field crops specialists said, “Wait and see.” During a weekly teleconference, field staff answered questions from farmers. Dirty or even mud-caked wheat

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Missouri Corn: Farmers Facing Replant Still Have Time to Stay with Intentions

Missouri Corn: Farmers Facing Replant Still Have Time to Stay with Intentions

👤By Linda Geist, University of Missouri 🕔May 11, 2017

Corn growers facing replanting decisions because of flooding and saturated soils have time to safely plant corn through the end of May and even into early June. That is the advice from University of Missouri Extension agronomy specialist Greg Luce.

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