Tennessee Wheat: Ryegrass Management Options Oct 4, 2019
With all the issues with ryegrass in wheat last year many are asking if there are any better options for control. The main issue is resistance.
Kentucky Wheat: Ryegrass Control Begins at Planting Aug 30, 2019
Italian ryegrass (AKA: annual ryegrass) continues to be a major weed in Kentucky wheat acres, and has arguably become tougher to control over the last several years. This spring in […]
Clearly this year, many are having trouble managing ryegrass and poa. Questions began months ago and continue today and have ranged from tactics to burn them down before planting to […]
Tennessee Corn: Late Burndown Options Mar 26, 2019
Sprayers are rolling across Tennessee. Most are trying to catch up as we are well behind the burndown pace of many Tennessee springs.
Clethodim is quickly replacing glyphosate as the “go-to” herbicide for grass control in West Tennessee. It began a few years ago as folks found that ryegrass and poa in many […]
Tennessee Wheat: Late Winter Weed Control Feb 28, 2019
There have been quite a few phone calls recently with questions on wheat weed control. A big difference from previous years’ late winter calls on wheat is that no crop […]
Georgia cotton producers face two great weed control challenges this season — how to minimize the development of herbicide resistance and mitigating off-target herbicide drift, according to Stanley Culpepper, University […]
California Walnuts: Autumn Weed Control Options Nov 7, 2018
Implementing a herbicide strategy to control the weeds that have survived your summer control program, as well as the newly emerged winter weeds, is a task that exemplifies starting with […]
Several University of Kentucky soil scientists, an economist, a forage specialist, and other experts gathered in Princeton on October 3 to share findings from research that looked at getting rid […]
Tennessee Wheat: Weed Management Considerations Oct 5, 2018
Weed control in wheat has become more of a struggle in recent years. This is due to several reasons including that more wheat is following corn where volunteer RR corn […]