The second annual National Pesticide Safety Education Month gets underway February 1st, to reinforce core principles of safe handling and use and to raise awareness of and support for the […]
In this week’s AgFax Weekend – The Problems with Pigweed | How Many Soy Acres? | Farming Still a Family Business | and more.
It’s been 14 years since Stanley Culpepper confirmed the country’s first glyphosate-resistant Palmer amaranth population in some cotton fields in Macon County, Georgia. The University of Georgia Extension weed scientist had been seeing the […]
If you intend to apply Engenia, Xtendimax, or FeXapan this year, you need to complete the annual dicamba specific training requirement in addition to being a certified pesticide applicator. In […]
“Mark Licht is telling us to plant 120-140K soybeans. Tells us why more isn’t cost effective. You tell us 160K 15” rows for weeds. I wish you all would coordinate your story. […]
Scientists have recently uncovered the country’s first four-way resistant Palmer amaranth populations in Kansas. So far, only in the land of Toto and Dorothy can a single pigweed population survive glyphosate, […]
By now most of you know that we have to be trained once again to use the new Auxin Technology. The reason for the training is to update producers on […]
The LSU AgCenter recognizes the need for a strong presence of distribution and retail outlets for seed, fertilizer and crop protection products across Louisiana, AgCenter associate vice president Rogers Leonard said […]
University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture weed scientists would like your help in gathering production information and understanding weed management concerns in your rice and soybean crops. We would […]
In this week’s AgFax Weekend – Govt. Back in Business | Bullish Corn Potential | Larger Farms Less Risky? | and more.