Corteva Agriscience submitted a new herbicide to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for extended control of broadleaf weeds in wheat. Pending EPA registration, WideARmatch herbicide with Arylex active will […]
Minnesota: Weed Control in Late Planted Crops Jun 6, 2019
The wet spring has been frustrating for a lot of farmers to get crops planted. One consolation with the late start is that there are several weed-control benefits of delayed […]
The persistent cold, wet weather dogging much of the corn and soybean belt this spring has kept many farmers from applying their usual early spring burndown applications.
Indiana: ATS and Burndown Herbicide Treatments Apr 5, 2019
This spring we have received a number of questions regarding the use of glyphosate-based burndown herbicides programs with ATS (ammonium thiosulfate). Increased use of ATS is being driven by the […]
Heavy rains in the Western Corn Belt in June raised water levels in local creeks and streams, but also raised producers’ agronomic concern levels. Chief among those concerns are nitrogen […]
Control of weeds after silage harvest is possible but it depends on the weed species, timing, and condition after harvest.
Elevore Herbicide Receives Federal EPA Registration Aug 30, 2017
Innovation to fall and spring burndown programs is now reality with the announcement by Dow AgroSciences that Elevore herbicide has received federal registration by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). […]
As summer field activities wind down, harvest will soon be in full swing. Take the time now to mow fenceline weeds to prevent or minimize seed production. Fencelines are often […]
Trials across the Midwest and Midsouth conducted by farmers and retailers through Dow AgroSciences’ Field Forward on-farm research program showed superior burndown control on tough broadleaf weeds using Elevore herbicide. […]
Minnesota: Stay on Top of Giant Ragweed May 27, 2016
The recent frost across southeast Minnesota may have slowed down corn and soybean development, but it did not slow down the rate of weed growth. There are plenty of 1-4 […]