The news this week was the China approval of Enlist E3 soybeans (soybeans tolerant to glufosinate, glyphosate and 2,4-D) for import. China also approved the import of Syngenta’s MGI soybeans.
Kansas State University researchers are evaluating the impact of non-target injury from dicamba herbicide on non-resistant soybeans: The hope is to help producers lessen or avoid the unintended damage that […]
The most recent inquires have been on what is the likely yield loss from dicamba drift to non-Xtend soybeans? These have come from fields that showed dicamba drift injury to […]
While there has been a significant number of acres damaged by dicamba, I am sure it is less than five percent of Iowa’s nearly 10 million soybean acres. Due to this […]
A discussion of how to apply forensic analysis using an actual field case of dicamba-injured soybean plants observed in a plot at the Eastern Nebraska Research and Extension Center (ENREC) […]
Do soybean plants continue to produce a new node every 3.7 days after being affected by off-target dicamba?
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 […]
Editor’s Note: DTN/The Progressive Farmer’s reporting on non-soybean dicamba damage uncovered the uneasiness this issue has caused in rural communities as damage pits neighbor against neighbor and farmers and applicators […]
As explained in previous articles from this season, I have attempted to provide updates as to the extent of dicamba injury throughout the United States, either in the form of […]