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 […]
If herbicide drift is suspected on sensitive plants, certain procedures must be followed to properly investigate and document the situation.
An update on reports of dicamba injury in Tennessee, plus how to distinguish dicamba injury from injury caused by Group 15 herbicides.
While off-target dicamba injury to soybean has dominated the news the past year, it is important to recognize that dicamba is not the only Group 4 herbicide (HG4) capable of […]
Nebraska Extension educators, county offices, and extension specialists started receiving phone calls about suspected dicamba off-target injury in sensitive soybean fields, ornamental trees, vegetables, tree nurseries, and home gardens earlier […]
Once dicamba injury has occurred to non-Xtend soybean, one of the common questions that will inevitably arise is, “can anything be done now to help the plants recover?” Last year […]
If you hear hoofbeats, the old saying goes, think horses — not zebras. Weed scientists want you to recall that saying when you walk soybean fields this year and spot […]
This is the time of year when we received our first call about dicamba problems in soybeans in 2017. We can probably expect any problems to become evident soon, based […]