No official pesticide drift complaints have been reported to the Georgia Department of Agriculture this year due to in-season applications of dicamba, or 2,4-D. Sound science and assistance from University […]
There have been more than a few jokes this week about the irony of weed scientists choosing Colorado as a meeting place to talk about resistance. However, no one in […]
The best way to avoid drift damage from newly labeled auxin herbicides this year is never to spray near crops that are sensitive to dicamba and 2,4-D — and that […]
In theory, the idea of overlapping residual herbicides is simple enough, but what do you do if things go wrong?
Stanley Culpepper, an agronomist on the UGA Tifton Campus, is one of 19 scientists recently chosen for the board’s Agriculture Science Committee. While working with the EPA, Culpepper will provide […]
University of Georgia Cooperative Extension county agents will now come to farms to teach a series of pesticide-focused trainings to agricultural producers through a new, unprecedented training initiative. In an […]
SePRO’s Brake herbicide, offering 2 formulations for cotton, is now approved for use in: Mississippi – Brake FX; Oklahoma – Brake FX; Georgia – Brake F16, South Carolina – Brake F16 and Tennessee […]
The time of day when you spray Palmer amaranth greatly influences the efficacy of the herbicide treatment. That’s the finding from a concentrated, multi-state research study. Researchers from the University […]