The Purdue Weed Science group is again offering herbicide resistance screening for Palmer amaranth, waterhemp, and giant ragweed for the 2018 growing season. For Indiana residents, the resistance screens include […]
I have gotten numerous reports of Palmer amaranth becoming established in fields where PRE applied herbicides were not activated by timely rainfall.
The spring of 2018 in Kentucky has not been friendly for planting corn and soybeans, and thus, we are looking at strenuous situations of getting multiple weeks of work into […]
Fields abandoned due to pigweed? That was a reality in places. “We didn’t know much about Palmer in 2004-05. By the time we did, it was already in every field, […]
As you begin developing your weed management plan, here are six key management practices and five key timings to improve control of herbicide-resistant weeds this year.
Palmer amaranth started emerging in West Tennessee just over the past few days. The first pigweed I noticed emerging was on April 30. This late emergence is very different from […]
Dicamba is a tattletale. And the 2017 season taught us just how readily common mistakes can show up as crop injury. While much of the dicamba drift may have been […]
Horseweed (marestail) has always been an issue at spring burndown prior to planting, and with the fluctuation of temperatures we have recently experienced in Arkansas, it is understandable why we […]
Residual herbicides will play a large role in the success or failure of our weed control program in 2018. Last year a number of folks used Engenia plus Roundup followed […]
One new case of herbicide resistance was identified in Michigan from the 2017 growing season.