A University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture study published in the Journal of Weed Technology found that mixing glyphosate with formulations of dicamba consistently lowered the pH of the spray […]
As we proceed through the growing season, there are a few issues surrounding weed control and herbicide use. Here are some items to consider.
We are in the 30-45 days after planting range for a lot of peanuts in the county. A lot of people are going to use Cadre + 2,4-DB based off […]
Does adding glyphosate to low-volatile dicamba formulations increase its chances of moving outside the treated field via volatility?
On the Engenia label it recommends adding a pH modifier to the tank if spray tank pH is below 5.0. The first pH modifiers brought to our attention by BASF, […]
Low-Volatile Dicamba Formulations – Does an AMS or Glyphosate Mix Lower Spray Tank pH the Most? Apr 26, 2019
Dicamba formulation labels specifically state that no AMS or acidifying buffering agents can be used as it lowers the spray solution pH. This leads to a question: If Roundup PowerMax […]
Research from the past few years has shed light on how important it is to mix herbicides rather than rotate herbicides.
Dicamba: How Does Tank-Mixing Glyphosate Affect pH Apr 26, 2019
With the off-target dicamba movement in recent years, Tennessee soybean growers are very interested in information to help mitigate off-target dicamba.
As we prepare for another year with the Xtend soybean and cotton system, we thought it would help to briefly summarize some of the most important things we’ve learned about […]
Fungicide resistance or reduced efficacy is a concern when managing peanut diseases, especially the foliar diseases early and late leaf spot. Managing these concerns requires an integrated approach with constant […]