I’ve been getting a lot of questions on whether or not to use the typical gramoxone burn down treatment on dryland peanuts under the current dry conditions. Obviously, the drier […]
In the heat of the battle to get crops planted on time, it is not uncommon for some herbicide misapplications to occur. The unintentional application of higher than labeled rates […]
Georgia Peanuts: Considerations on Using Strongarm Apr 23, 2019
Had a few questions about Strongarm (diclosulam) use in peanuts yesterday that I thought might be interesting to all.
The fall of 2018 is one many growers want to forget. With two hurricanes and other seemingly endless rainfall events, a considerable amount of cotton in South Carolina and Georgia, […]
There is a new requirement for anyone in Georgia that applies paraquat (Firestorm, Gramoxone, Helmquat, Parazone, etc.) from this point forward.
Historically, glyphosate has always been a no-no for use as a harvest-aid in soybeans grown for seed because of its potential negative effects on seed germination. But, what about paraquat? […]
UGA Weed Specialist Eric Prostko shares a rare weed in cotton and answers a question regarding sicklepod management in peanuts.
Getting plenty of calls about perceived reductions in grass control after applications of ACC-ase inhibiting herbicides, such as Select (clethodim) or Poast (sethoxydim), have been applied. Some folks first reaction […]
Georgia Peanuts: 6 Thoughts on Tank-Mixing Jul 18, 2018
Rain delays and/or late planting have resulted in continual inquiries about peanut herbicide + fungicide tank-mixes and their potential effects on weed control and crop injury. UGA will never be able to […]
Been getting quite a few phone calls about TSW/BD in peanuts. This particular plant loves wet weather so I am not surprised. Here are few thoughts to consider especially since […]