Due to the weird spring weather, soybean planting and spraying has been rather erratic. Some have been able to spray burndowns and residuals and plant in a timely manner while […]
The prolonged dry period we experienced during planting will impact both weed emergence and performance of preemergence residual herbicides. In many areas of Michigan, there was little to no rainfall […]
If you have a failed corn crop or volunteers from last season, here are some suggestions to kill the existing stand before replanting.
Early season weeds in corn can result from limited rainfall to active pre herbicides or from the inability to spray residual products. The article below discusses these different scenarios.
Due to the recent cold wet weather, corn planted in April has either struggled to emerge or the corn that did emerge may have been injured by frost events or […]
Mixing Order of Pesticides Is Important May 16, 2021
This is a friendly reminder to all young and old extension agents that the tank-mixing order/sequence of pesticides is very important.
Wet weather may hamper your spring planting. Certain herbicides provide flexibility if you need to switch between corn or soybean crops.
Various herbicide options exist for controlling marestail in the spring, but each has tradeoffs that need to be considered.
Ag Chemicals in Short Supply – DTN Apr 26, 2021
Some agricultural chemicals such as herbicides and fungicides are in tight supply this spring as shipping backlogs and pandemic-related delays have run headlong into higher demand from increased row-crop acres […]
Most of Georgia received a significant rainfall event on April 24, 2021. Some areas received more than than 6″. Consequently, my phone has been ringing off the hook about the […]