Tennessee Corn: Weather Makes for Challenging Burndown

🕔Mar 20, 2018It is getting late early with respect to burndown in Tennessee. This is particularly true for corn acres where we are well behind the burndown pace of most Tennessee springs.

Arkansas Rice: Seeding Rates, Burndown Recommendations

🕔Mar 13, 2018The March is On… “How high’s the water papa?”  I don’t know about you but I’m over the rainfall this winter.  February was reportedly the wettest on record, at least […]

Tennessee: Marestail Burndown – Update in Herbicide Options

🕔Feb 28, 2018There are many more options to control horseweed (marestail) in soybean and cotton than what was available just a few years ago. The biggest new option for many acres of […]

Arkansas: Control Winter Weeds Prior to Planting

🕔Feb 23, 2018Heavy rainfall this week has left ample opportunity for time to think and make plans for the upcoming planting season. First to everyone’s mind may be; “what can I spray […]

Ohio Soybeans: Eliminating Marestail as Postemergence Herbicide Determiner

🕔Feb 20, 2018Soybean herbicide systems have evolved back to a fairly high level of complexity to deal with the herbicide resistance we have in various broadleaf weeds. By the time we use […]

Louisiana Weeds: Fall and Spring Burndown Considerations

🕔Dec 4, 2017This time of year, especially when it is dry, brings about questions concerning a fall burndown application that contains a residual herbicide.

Nebraska: Burndown Herbicides May Not Work in Low Temperatures

🕔Nov 13, 2017Recently we received several phone calls about control of winter annual weeds in the fall and how temperature and frost might affect herbicide efficacy. As fall temperatures will continue to […]

Indiana: Fall Applied Herbicides – Controlling Waterhemp and Other Winter Annuals

🕔Aug 18, 2017One of our biggest weed problems across Indiana every year is control of marestail in soybeans, and 2017 has been no different. Many growers had a lot of trouble controlling […]

Louisiana Weeds: Getting Ready to Plant? Burndown Considerations

🕔Feb 20, 2017The warm weather we have experienced recently has most farmers itching to get started with the news season. Research has shown that the optimum time to burndown winter vegetation is […]

North Carolina Wheat: Winning the Battle Against Ryegrass

🕔Sep 27, 2016Italian ryegrass has caused significant issues for small grain production in the Piedmont in recent years due to the development of herbicide resistance. Currently, Italian ryegrass can be resistant to […]

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