The world of soybean herbicide resistance traits has gotten more complex over the past several years. The good news is that we have new options for control of herbicide-resistant weeds, […]
Kill seeds before they become hard-to-kill weeds. That plan will be studied by Kevin Bradley with help from Missouri farmers.
Xtend Crops: New Weed Management Tactics Needed Jul 10, 2019
After more questions this past week on follow-up applications to remove Palmer amaranth, junglerice and goosegrass in Xtend crops it occurred to me we need a new thought process on […]
A state Section 24(c) Special Local Need Label has been approved by the U.S. EPA and Georgia Department of Agriculture (GDA) allowing directed and hooded applications for Engenia, FeXapan, and […]
After exposing more than 70 million grain amaranth seeds to a soil-based herbicide, researchers were not able to find a single herbicide-resistant mutant. Though preliminary, the findings suggest that the […]
Using different and multiple herbicide site of action is important, understanding how to use “effective herbicide site of action” is critical for addressing herbicide resistance. Managing herbicide resistance requires an understanding […]
Waterhemp and Palmer amaranth, both members of the pigweed family, have become significant threats to crop yields and farm incomes across the Americas. In the U.S., they compete with crops […]
Research from the past few years has shed light on how important it is to mix herbicides rather than rotate herbicides.
Weed Management Requires Community Collaboration Apr 9, 2019
Weed species continue to spread and management costs continue to mount, in spite of best management practices and efforts by research and extension personnel who promote them to land managers. […]
Louisiana: Annual Crops Forum, Delhi, Feb. 7 Jan 4, 2019
LSU AgCenter experts will present the latest research updates in corn, cotton and soybean production at the annual Northeast Louisiana Crops Forum set for Feb. 7 at the Delhi Convention […]