Tennessee: Dicamba Year 3 – How Are We Doing? Jul 24, 2018
Unfortunately, dicamba-injured broadleaf plants across the landscape is still a big issue in 2018. The change has been that the concern over injured soybeans has become less of an issue […]
Authors’ note: Soybean leaves may exhibit damage from a number of factors, including various herbicide chemistries, viruses, and environmental impacts. It’s important to look at all potential factors before assuming […]
If herbicide drift is suspected on sensitive plants, certain procedures must be followed to properly investigate and document the situation.
Off-target injury associated with dicamba application in dicamba-resistant soybean was a significant problem in the Cornbelt during 2017. The increase in off-target problems associated with dicamba led to a record number of pesticide […]
A couple of weeks ago we provided a June 1st update of alleged off-target dicamba issues. At that time, most of the injury was confined to specialty crops, vegetables, and […]
As we enter peak postemergence herbicide application season, there is an elevated risk for off target herbicide movement. Of particular concern is the movement of growth regulator herbicides onto soybeans.
We finished the 2017 season with approximately 2,700 cases under investigation by the various state Departments of Agriculture, and approximately 3.6 million acres of dicamba-injured soybean acres as reported by […]
In this video, Dr. Steckel addresses questions and concerns about buffer zones and dicamba applications.
Of all the factors that led to off-target movement of dicamba in 2017, volatility remains the most controversial. Older formulations, such as Banvel and Clarity, have long been known to […]
Dicamba is a tattletale. And the 2017 season taught us just how readily common mistakes can show up as crop injury. While much of the dicamba drift may have been […]