Georgia Cotton: A Difficult Year for Pigweed Control

🕔Jun 29, 2018Successful 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 […]

Minnesota Soybeans: Weed Management – What Options Are Left?

🕔Jun 18, 2018The 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 […]

Georgia: Dicamba – Don’t Make 2018 ‘The Year Of Resistance’

🕔Jun 6, 2018When talking to farmers, we all have certain years that come to mind. “2005-The year of Pigweed resistance to roundup,” “2013-Wet summer with rank hay,” “2016-The year of no rain.” […]

Illinois Soybeans: Residual Herbicides Applied Postemergence

🕔Jun 6, 2018Soil-residual herbicides are important components of integrated weed management programs.  Reducing the number of weeds exposed to foliar-applied herbicides helps reduce the selection intensity for weeds resistant to foliar-applied herbicides.

Herbicide Resistance: A Conversation Might Be Your Best Management Tool

🕔Jun 6, 2018In the fight against herbicide resistance, farmers are working with a shrinking toolkit. Waterhemp, a weedy nemesis of corn and soybean farmers, has developed resistance to multiple herbicide modes of […]

Nebraska Soybeans: Keys to Managing Herbicide Resistance

🕔May 8, 2018As 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.

Tennessee Soybeans: Residual Herbicides Key for Weed Management

🕔Apr 27, 2018Residual 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 […]

Michigan Soybeans: Don’t Skip Burndown Herbicide Applications This Spring

🕔Apr 26, 2018Cooler temperatures and wetter conditions this spring 2018 have led to slower than normal weed growth and a slower start to field work around Michigan.

Nebraska Cover Crops: Termination Factors, Burndown Considerations

🕔Apr 23, 2018With cold spring conditions this year, cover crop plant growth has been delayed and questions have come up as to whether that should affect timing of cover crop termination. In […]

South Dakota: Pre-Emergence Herbicide Program Is Always A Good Idea

🕔Apr 11, 2018To prevent weed resistance, it is always good to start with a pre-emergence program, said Paul O. Johnson, SDSU Extension Weed Science Coordinator.

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