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
Even if you are planting RR Xtend soybeans, the answer to this could be – maybe nothing.
The primary impact of herbicide resistance for most Iowa farmers has been an increase in expenditures for herbicides.
Late last week, after much anticipation, the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services provided the final approval for use of 2,4-D and dicamba in resistant cotton and soybean cultivars.
One of the most difficult weeds to control in corn is morningglory. The backbone of any morningglory control program in corn is atrazine.
Nichino America, Inc. and Japan’s Kyoyu Agri Co., Ltd. have announced a licensing agreement for Nichino to market and sell pyraclonil, a rice herbicide, in the United States. Pyraclonil offers a new mode-of-action for control of watergrass in rice in California
A common question this week from field corn growers is “Do I need to add a crop oil concentrate (COC) when applying glyphosate + atrazine?”
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,
Judging by phone calls over the last week it seems there is a good number of questions on some relatively new corn herbicide premixes. The three newer corn herbicide premixes are Acuron, Armezon PRO and Resicore.
There is a New Row Crop Traits and Herbicide Technology meeting at Altus next Tuesday, April 4. This meeting will cover the label requirements for both XtendFlex (dicamba tolerant cotton) and Enlist (2,4-D tolerant cotton). The meeting will be held