Minnesota Wheat: Pre-Harvest Weed Control Revisited Jul 20, 2020
Wet and windy weather has made for weed control challenges in small grains. Combine this with poor stands, poor tillering, and a shorter than normal crop, we will likely be […]
Georgia Peanuts: How Much 2,4-DB Can You Apply? Jul 20, 2020
2,4-DB is a very popular and inexpensive peanut herbicide that is used on at least 35% of the acres in GA. There are a few labels out there and use […]
Watch out for mistakes being make during herbicide applications. Have you made any of these?
Pennsylvania Corn, Soybeans: Post Herbicide Applications – Considerations and Challenges Jul 10, 2020
Corn and soybean crops are approaching maximum growth stages for post herbicide application. Also, hot weather is causing its own set of challenges.
A few weed-related observations while we try to stay cool and hope for a day of rain or at least popup thunderstorms.
Minnesota: Ideal Spraying Days Tough to Come By Jun 22, 2020
Timely pesticide applications have been a challenge in 2020. So far in the month of June, much of Minnesota has had notably few hours that would be considered “ideal” for […]
As they say, “With much power comes much responsibility”, and the various herbicides, fungicides, and insecticides that growers have in their toolbox for managing their crops are indeed powerful tools. […]
Some of the earlier planted cotton fields are entering the true “laying it by” application timing. Given the continued reports of Palmer amaranth, prickly sida, barnyardgrass, junglerice and goosegrass escaping […]
Tennessee Corn: Maturity Cutoffs for Herbicides Jun 10, 2020
Due to little time and very few good spray days some corn fields have yet to have their lay-by application. Corn is putting on a new leaf every 3 days […]
As rains are supposed to subside in the coming week and more rice nears flood, residual herbicides will be starting to break. If you are preparing to make postemergence herbicide […]