Dicamba: Off-Target, Once Again – DTN Jul 10, 2020
This summer, Iowa fields are seeing some of the most widespread injury symptoms, as three dicamba herbicides face legal uncertainty.
With crop fields simmering in the early July heat, some farmers are missing those soggy days of spring. “Too much rain early on was the hold-up; now we NEED rain […]
Rice Harvest Starts In South Louisiana – AgFax Jul 9, 2020
Heading has begun in a few more fields in Arkansas and Mississippi, and more heads should be coming out next week.
Persistent rain in parts of the Midsouth is complicating application timing and raising concerns about wash-offs.
A stretch of mostly dry weather has settled over the region and is helping bring along the crop. People do hope it doesn't remain too dry for too long.
Growing conditions take a turn for the better in the Midsouth, but much of the crop is running well behind schedule.
A dry spell is in the forecast for up to 10 days. Among other things, that probably will trigger more pest pressure. The loss of dicamba registrations further complicates the season.
Rains continue delaying rice planting in the Midsouth and some farmers may take the prevented-planting option on the last of their crop.
Soybean Aphid Sucked into a 10-State Trap Network May 28, 2020
Soybean pests are feeling the wind beneath their wings as they are sucked into the latest research project to monitor seasonal data on migratory flight patterns. Known as a “suction […]
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