The Southern Weed Science Society (SWSS) recently honored Larry Steckel, a professor with the University of Tennessee Department of Plant Sciences, with the Outstanding Educator Award. The award was presented […]
In this week’s AgFax Weekend – Record Wet Year | USDA Drops Aug. Field Surveys | Pigweed – Will it’s ability to adapt never end? | and more.
With the recent global approval of the LibertyLink GT27 and Enlist E3 soybean traits, there seems to be some confusion or uncertainty as to what glyphosate products can be applied […]
As spring rolls toward Arkansas and growers begin to approach their planting dates, the University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture is encouraging growers throughout the state to make use […]
In this episode, Dr. Avat Shekoofa discusses research on the impact of different cover crop species, as well as different cover crop termination timings, on pigweed germination.
Here is your latest issue of AgFax Weed Solutions, sponsored by Nufarm’s Midwestern and Southern field teams. Editor: Debra L. Ferguson Web Editor: Ernst Undesser Subscribe IN THIS ISSUE Battling Weed […]
Projected $225,000 advantage over 30 years on 1,000 acres. When farmers coordinate resistance management on large scale, yields increase as they block resistance, simulation forecasts.
If you were unable to attend one of the 33 previous Auxin Stewardship trainings delivered around the state, there are a few more training opportunities left. This training, presented by […]
There is a new requirement for anyone in Georgia that applies paraquat (Firestorm, Gramoxone, Helmquat, Parazone, etc.) from this point forward.
Several reports of new resistant traits in the weedy Amaranths were announced recently. First, Illinois reported two populations of waterhemp resistant to metolachlor and other Group 15 herbicides. This was followed by […]