Growers, crop consultants and educators are encouraged to attend the day-long Nebraska Extension Weed Science School Oct. 31 at the University of Nebraska’s Eastern Nebraska Research and Extension Center near Mead.
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 […]
No happy balance seems likely as EPA moves towards a decision on dicamba’s future.
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 […]
Dry weather in northeast Louisiana during the early summer came to an end and drove participants indoors for the annual interagency rolling crop field tour held July 17 at the […]
How often do temperature inversions occur in west Tennessee? Recent research funded by the United Soybean Board designed to study low level inversions has had some interesting results.
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 […]
If herbicide drift is suspected on sensitive plants, certain procedures must be followed to properly investigate and document the situation.
Off-target injury associated with dicamba application in dicamba-resistant soybean was a significant problem in the Cornbelt during 2017. The increase in off-target problems associated with dicamba led to a record number of pesticide […]
As herbicide injury reports mount in the Midwest and South, state regulators and EPA are watching the situation closely. Dicamba is facing the most alleged injury reports so far, and […]