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Herbicides: Consider Temperature Inversions Before Spraying – Video

Herbicides: Consider Temperature Inversions Before Spraying – Video

πŸ‘€By Ryan Miller and David Nicolai, University of Minnesota 🕔Jun 14, 2017

A new video, Temperature inversions: Something to consider before spraying, that discusses the development of temperature inversions, which can affect the drift, or off target movement of pesticides during post emergence applications.

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Pennsylvania Livestock: Weed Control Odds and Ends for Hay and Pasture Fields

Pennsylvania Livestock: Weed Control Odds and Ends for Hay and Pasture Fields

πŸ‘€Dwight Lingenfelter 🕔Jun 7, 2017

Herbicide selection in new grass and legume seedings, established hay and pastures, and some guidelines for management based largely on the life cycle of the troublesome weeds in pasture are concerns for some forage producers this season.

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Kansas Wheat: Pre-Harvest Weed Control

Kansas Wheat: Pre-Harvest Weed Control

πŸ‘€By Dallas Peterson and Curtis Thompson, Kansas State University 🕔Jun 5, 2017

Recent hail storms and other problems have affected wheat stands in some areas of Kansas. The resulting thin stands in some areas, along with the abundant rains in May, have caused weeds to start showing up in many wheat fields

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Illinois Corn: Postemergence Herbicide Options

Illinois Corn: Postemergence Herbicide Options

πŸ‘€By Aaron Hager, University of Illinois 🕔May 26, 2017

Properly timing the application of the postemergence herbicide is critical toward achieving the goal of removing weed interference from the corn crop before the weeds adversely impact corn grain yield.

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Louisiana: Northeast Research Station Field Day, St. Jospeh, June 20

Louisiana: Northeast Research Station Field Day, St. Jospeh, June 20

πŸ‘€By Karol Osborne, LSU AgCenter 🕔May 25, 2017

The LSU AgCenter Northeast Research Station will showcase research and demonstration plots at a pest management and crop production field day on June 20 in St. Joseph. Registration opens at 8:30 a.m. with coffee and doughnuts. Field tours will run

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Georgia Peanuts: Zidua Herbicide Receives Peanut Label

Georgia Peanuts: Zidua Herbicide Receives Peanut Label

πŸ‘€By Eric Prostko, University of Georgia 🕔May 24, 2017

On Friday afternoon, May 19, I received word from BASF that Zidua (pyroxasulfone) was labeled for use in peanut. Β I have been conducting peanut research with pyroxasulfone for more than 10 years (over 47 field trials). In a nutshell (no

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Texas: Cotton Herbicide Rotation Restrictions to Sorghum

Texas: Cotton Herbicide Rotation Restrictions to Sorghum

πŸ‘€From the United Sorghum Checkoff Program 🕔May 23, 2017

Due to the rise of cotton acres in the southern High Plains of Texas expected in 2017, interest is growing in the use of long residual herbicides that can affect the waiting time between planting sorghum and cotton. Sorghum Checkoff

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Virginia Cotton: Warrant and Cool, Wet Soils

Virginia Cotton: Warrant and Cool, Wet Soils

πŸ‘€By Charlie Cahoon, Virginia Cooperative Extension 🕔May 12, 2017

Warrant is an encapsulated formulation of the herbicide acetochlor and has widely become a part of our postemergence (POST) herbicide program in cotton.Β  Although Warrant does not control emerged weeds, it does provide excellent residual control of pigweed, other small

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Virginia Corn: Starting Over After a Failed Stand

Virginia Corn: Starting Over After a Failed Stand

πŸ‘€By Charlie Cahoon and Michael Flessner, Virginia Cooperative Extension 🕔May 12, 2017

Over the past few days we have had several questions concerning replanting corn behind an already failed corn stand.Β  Our biggest concern in this situation is how to terminate emerged corn from the first planting.Β  The best option for small

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Tennessee Cotton: Strategy to Consider with Shortages of Caparol, Cotoran, and Diuron

Tennessee Cotton: Strategy to Consider with Shortages of Caparol, Cotoran, and Diuron

πŸ‘€By Larry Steckel, University of Tennessee 🕔May 9, 2017

Judging by calls there is a good deal of frustration with the lack of Caparol, Cotoran and Diuron.Β  A lot of folks are scrambling trying to come up with a Plan B or even a Plan C as cotton planters

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