Tempers are running hot this year, as dicamba injury surfaces for a fifth year and EPA seeks to evaluate the success of the 2020 dicamba labels.
Few farmers enjoy working outside when temperatures soar into the 90s or higher — and they aren’t alone. Herbicides, weeds and crops all perform differently in high heat — generally […]
As we prepare for another year with the Xtend soybean and cotton system, we thought it would help to briefly summarize some of the most important things we’ve learned about […]
As spring rolls toward Arkansas and growers begin to approach their planting dates, the University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture is encouraging growers throughout the state to make use […]
The Center for Biological Diversity recently released a report describing the threat to monarch butterflies posed by an increased use of dicamba. While I have been fairly critical of the […]
Earlier Crop News articles focused on dicamba’s potential routes of injury, injury symptomology, soybean sensitivity and yield loss potential. In this article, I would like to explore in greater detail […]
University of Tennessee Weed Specialist Dr. Larry Steckel discusses the difference between herbicide volatility and temperature inversion as causes of herbicide drift.