Lists of approved additives/herbicides that can legally be mixed with the new auxin herbicides have changed multiple times during the last month, and it is likely they will change again before the time for in-season herbicide applications.
Gramoxone SL (paraquat) is one of those herbicides that in our opinion really could have been used much more than it has in recent years, to help with management of marestail and to interrupt the cycle of continuous glyphosate use.
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
The recent frosty weather has resulted in the need for some corn fields to be replanted. Some of those fields may have already been treated with a PRE application of atrazine. Since it is likely that these fields will have
With new Enlist and Xtend crop systems available, it’s important to know the cutoff dates for herbicide applications, but also to continue to manage weeds before they get too large.
With the continuance of abnormally warm weather, winter annual weeds are out in full force. It is also possible that summer annual or biennials might appear earlier than normal this season. For those fields that have been bedded already, hopefully
After many years in development, dicamba will likely be fully approved for use in tolerant cotton varieties for the 2017 growing season. There is great concern that dicamba drift can result in significant losses in nearby sensitive crops. This concern
Temperatures for the immediate future are supposed to stay above normal for another week or more. And the last week of April is supposed to be below normal with May 11 as the last night below 50. (Please note the
In both Enlist cotton and soybean, labeling allows two postemergence applications of Enlist Duo with rates ranging from a minimum of 3.5 to a maximum of 4.75 pints per acre for a single application.
Arkansas crop producers planning to use Engenia and Enlist Duo for the 2017 growing season must fulfill certain requirements to use the products in Xtend or Enlist cropping systems, said Tom Barber, extension weed scientist for the University of Arkansas