The EPA’s winter release of surprising new Enlist herbicide restrictions, followed by a quick reversal in the spring, hold some important regulatory lessons for all farmers who use pesticides.
Missouri: Top 3 Pesticide Safety Updates Mar 10, 2022
1. Increased Protection for Endangered Species The US EPA implemented a new policy on January 11, 2022. Prior to registering any new conventional active ingredient (AI), the US EPA will […]
Cotton, corn and soybean producers in 22 Texas counties will be restricted on the use of two popular herbicides this growing season after the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency renews registrations.
University of Missouri Extension weed scientist Mandy Bish unveiled the results of the group’s latest research on new auxin herbicide technologies at the annual MU Crop Management Conference, held virtually […]
The Lower Rio Grande Valley was ransacked last weekend (7/25) when Hanna’s high winds and pounding rain ripped through the region destroying everything in its wake, including a promising cotton crop.
Farmers have a range of choices when it comes to herbicide-tolerant soybean technology in 2020 — up to seven different traits. When selecting seed, remember that disease, insect tolerance and […]
As Corteva Agriscience, Agriculture Division of DowDuPont, continues to prepare the market for the large-scale commercialization of Enlist E3 soybeans, growing knowledge about this technology remains essential. For example, making […]
Online training is open for Arkansas farmers seeking the mandatory license for ground applications of any dicamba or Enlist 2,4-D formulations in 2018. There are two separate online modules: One […]
The 2017 Replicated Agronomic Cotton Evaluation or RACE trial results from South, East and Central Texas are in and give producers a look at how the latest transgenic varieties performed […]
Farmers interested in growing crops containing 2,4-D tolerance will have an additional herbicide option in 2018. Dow AgroSciences has announced it has received registration for a single-ingredient herbicide called Enlist […]