Mid-season weed control relies on a dense crop canopy to prevent or suppress weed growth, even after herbicides may no longer be active. Hail can severely delay or damage crop […]
With winter wheat stands in some areas being less competitive with weeds this year, fields not treated with herbicides during the growing season now have substantial weeds that will need […]
Many people have commented that we have the best stands of corn and soybean across the state that we have seen in many years. Our dry planting window certainly helped […]
Successful weed control is greatly influenced by the ability of a grower to be timely in their implementation of each step of a sound system. It is very difficult to […]
The combination of a long duration of wet weather and advanced growing degree days has created serious weed management challenges for many corn and soybean growers. Due to the impending […]
It is well known that herbicides can manage perennial invasive weed species; however, a single application of most herbicides provides only short-term efficacy (one- or two-year suppression). These perennials are […]
The labels of most postemergence corn herbicides allow applications at various crop growth stages, but almost all product labels indicate a maximum growth stage beyond which broadcast applications should not […]
Dr. Bobby Golden, Extension rice and soil fertility agronomist, and Dr. Jason Bond, weed scientist with the MSU Delta Research and Extension Center, discuss herbicides to use before flooding rice […]
Yes, it has been raining every day since May 12, Valor damage (peanut) is everywhere, and growers need to apply POST treatments and cannot get in the field.
If you did not have an opportunity to spray your no-till soybean fields before planting, read about some weed control options.