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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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Tennessee Weeds: Burndown Considerations

Tennessee Weeds: Burndown Considerations

👤By Larry Steckel, University of Tennessee 🕔Apr 4, 2017

In this short video, Dr. Larry Steckel discusses factors to consider before making burndown applications this spring.

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Nebraska: Status of Herbicide-Resistant Weeds

Nebraska: Status of Herbicide-Resistant Weeds

👤By Amit Jhala, University of Nebraska-Lincoln 🕔Mar 27, 2017

There are 480 unique cases of herbicide-resistant weed biotypes globally in 252 weed species (147 dicots and 105 monocots). Weeds have evolved resistance to 23 of 26 known herbicide sites of action and to 161 herbicides. Control of herbicide-resistant weeds

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Ohio Weeds: Reduced Price Gramoxone a Boon to Burndown Programs

Ohio Weeds: Reduced Price Gramoxone a Boon to Burndown Programs

👤By Mark Loux, Ohio State University 🕔Mar 21, 2017

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.

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Tennessee: Where Did the Horseweed Go?

Tennessee: Where Did the Horseweed Go?

👤By Larry Steckel, University of Tennessee 🕔Mar 21, 2017

Where is the horseweed (marestail)?  That has been a common question this March.

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Virginia: Scout Now for Marestail/Horseweed

Virginia: Scout Now for Marestail/Horseweed

👤By Michael Flessner, Virginia Cooperative Extension 🕔Mar 20, 2017

Recent mild temperatures and the mild winter are setting the stage for rapid development of marestail/horseweed (Conyza canadensis) this spring.   Marestail was particularly troublesome last year in soybeans.  Marestail can germinate in both the fall and the spring. It

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Nebraska: Glyphosate-Resistant Marestail – Scout and Control

Nebraska: Glyphosate-Resistant Marestail – Scout and Control

👤By Debalin Sarangi and Amit Jhala, University of Nebraska-Lincoln 🕔Mar 10, 2017

Marestail, also known as horseweed or Canada fleabane, is a winter or summer annual weed in Nebraska. Historically, marestail was found in waste area, field edges, along roadsides, and railway tracks; however, no-till crop production systems over the last 20

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Virginia Cotton: Warm Winters Bring Thoughts of Burndown

Virginia Cotton: Warm Winters Bring Thoughts of Burndown

👤By Johnny Parker, Commonwealth Gin 🕔Mar 2, 2017

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

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Illinois Soybeans: Do RR2 and Liberty Link Still Work? Yes… With a Lot of Buts.

Illinois Soybeans: Do RR2 and Liberty Link Still Work? Yes… With a Lot of Buts.

👤By Dan Davidson, Illinois Soybean Association 🕔Feb 28, 2017

Weed control has gotten tougher and more complicated over the past 10 years. When Roundup Ready soybeans were first introduced back in 1996, 20 years ago, glyphosate was a one-stop weed control solution. One or two passes were all that

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