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Indiana: Spring Burndown Applications To Weeds And Cover Crops

Indiana: Spring Burndown Applications To Weeds And Cover Crops

👤By Joe Ikley, Travis Legleiter, and Bill Johnson, Purdue University 🕔Apr 14, 2017

This spring so far has been cold and wet with short spurts of warm sunny days in-between. This weather cycle for the most part kept producers out of field and allowed the winter annual weeds to flourish the past couple

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Ohio: Xtend Soybeans – Still Trying to Figure Out What to Do with Dicamba This Year?

Ohio: Xtend Soybeans – Still Trying to Figure Out What to Do with Dicamba This Year?

👤By Mark Loux, Ohio State University 🕔Apr 11, 2017

Even if you are planting RR Xtend soybeans, the answer to this could be – maybe nothing.

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Pond Herbicide Application – Using a Remote Controlled Boat

Pond Herbicide Application – Using a Remote Controlled Boat Updated

👤By Doug Mayo, University of Florida 🕔Apr 10, 2017

This featured video highlights an innovation for managing pond weeds. Lake Restoration Incorporated has developed a remote control, miniature air-boat for applying pond herbicides. Spraying weeds can be a real challenge for pond owners, but this product could make aquatic

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Alabama Corn: Control Options for Morningglory

Alabama Corn: Control Options for Morningglory

👤By Eddie McGriff, Alabama Cooperative Extension 🕔Apr 7, 2017

One of the most difficult weeds to control in corn is morningglory. The backbone of any morningglory control program in corn is atrazine.

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Georgia Corn: Do You Need an Adjuvant with Glyphosate + Atrazine?

Georgia Corn: Do You Need an Adjuvant with Glyphosate + Atrazine?

👤By Eric Prostko, University of Georgia 🕔Apr 7, 2017

A common question this week from field corn growers is “Do I need to add a crop oil concentrate (COC) when applying glyphosate + atrazine?”

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Michigan Cover Crops: Important Reminders for Herbicide-Based Termination

Michigan Cover Crops: Important Reminders for Herbicide-Based Termination

👤By Erin Hill, Michigan State University 🕔Apr 6, 2017

Spring is here and with the field season beginning it is time to think about terminating any overwintered cover crops. At this year’s Midwest Cover Crops Council meeting in Grand Rapids, Michigan, keynote speaker Dale Shaner presented a talk titled,

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Tennessee Weeds: Make Sure to Use Correct Nozzles with New Herbicides

Tennessee Weeds: Make Sure to Use Correct Nozzles with New Herbicides

👤By Garret Montgomery, University of Tennessee 🕔Mar 29, 2017

With the Xtend technology now available, hopefully everybody is gearing up with the correct nozzles and application knowledge needed to be successful.

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Mississippi: Enlist and Xtend – What Buffers are Mandatory?

Mississippi: Enlist and Xtend – What Buffers are Mandatory?

👤By Jason Bond, Mississippi State University 🕔Mar 29, 2017

Sensitive areas and susceptible crops are not the same when considering applications of the new auxin herbicide products. An actual physical buffer is required when a herbicide application is made to a field with a sensitive area in proximity downwind.

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Illinois Soybeans: Knowing the XtendiMax Label

Illinois Soybeans: Knowing the XtendiMax Label

👤By Dan Davidson, Illinois Soybean Association 🕔Mar 29, 2017

Monsanto hosted a webinar on “Managing the Roundup Ready Xtend Crop System in 2017.” Presenters were Chris Kamienski, a Monsanto technology development representative and Lance Tarochione, a Monsanto technical agronomist. The webinar can be viewed here. The presentation reviewed Xtendimax

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Indiana Wheat: Get Ready for Spring Herbicide Applications

Indiana Wheat: Get Ready for Spring Herbicide Applications

👤By Joe Ikley, Travis Legleiter, and Bill Johnson, Purdue University 🕔Mar 20, 2017

The date on the calendar may indicate that we are still in the winter season, but the weather outside would indicate otherwise.  The temperatures of the past winter have been mild especially throughout late February.  The mild winter and early

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