Horseweed is one of the most troublesome weeds we encounter in corn and soybean fields in Missouri, and is especially common in no-till environments. In a recent survey of Missouri […]
Missouri Rice Virtual Field Day Videos Available Aug 20, 2020
The latest developments in rice variety development, weed management and furrow irrigation were highlighted by Southeast Missouri State University and University of Missouri faculty at the Missouri Rice Research and […]
We are fortunate to have Mizzou undergrad and Research Assistant Jake Vaughn continue assisting in the program. In this video Jake describes a project he has been involved with over […]
Senior Research Associate Brian Dintelmann focuses on soybean herbicide programs in his follow-up to the corn herbicide programs video.
Specific weather and environmental factors are commonly associated with off-target dicamba movement. Can we identify which of these factors are most important for successful dicamba applications and quantify those factors?
The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals caught many of us off-guard with their ruling to vacate XtendiMax, FeXapan, and Engenia dicamba labels in June. As we near the EPA’s July […]
A trial to determine whether some Missouri River basin farmers will be compensated by the federal government for repeated flooding in the past decade is in the second week of […]
If there is one good feature of waterhemp, it may be that female plants typically retain greater than 90% of seed on seedheads at harvest. Such high retention of seed […]
Senior Research Associate Brian Dintelmann gives an excellent summary that highlights some of the corn weed management research conducted at Bradford this summer. He will share results from evaluations of […]
Missouri Soybeans: Using Drones to Estimate Yield Loss Following 2,4-D, Dicamba Injury – Video Jul 14, 2020
One of the most difficult challenges in predicting yield loss from dicamba injury to sensitive soybean is that the amount of dicamba, which contacted the sensitive soybean is unknown. As […]