Georgia Peanuts: 6 Thoughts on Tank-Mixing Jul 18, 2018
Rain delays and/or late planting have resulted in continual inquiries about peanut herbicide + fungicide tank-mixes and their potential effects on weed control and crop injury. UGA will never be able to […]
I have received several calls concerning mixing herbicides and acephate (Orthene). With challenging weather comes the urgency to save time and trips across the field and at this time of […]
Over the next month, many of Michigan’s winter wheat acres will be treated with herbicides for weed control. While there are several herbicide options available for use in wheat, there […]
Crop Progress What a long strange trip it is once again. When we get to a normal year, someone let me know – I’d like to see that. Last week’s […]
Georgia Weeds: Tank-Mixing – 5 Common Questions Apr 6, 2018
Tank-mixing pesticides can be rather complicated especially when numerous products will be mixed. Here are a few questions and answers based upon some recent inquiries that I have received:
Over the last few weeks there have been many questions about the legality of mixing insecticides with desiccants applied to soybean. There are several desiccants approved for soybean including Gramoxone, […]
Regarding mixing insecticides and herbicides and the resultant effects on crop safety, there are many factors that go into phytotoxicity observed on crops from pesticide applications.
As corn planting gets underway, we don’t need anything slowing us down. I am an advocate for in furrow fertilizers and insecticides, but if mixing and equipment are not properly […]
Many individuals involved in production agriculture have first-hand experience with the numerous challenges caused by herbicide-resistant weeds. The magnitude of herbicide resistance is best measured on a worldwide scale. The […]
Is it possible to mix two generic or single mode of action fungicides to create a product similar to the bottle mixed multi-mode of action products?