A team led by Tommy Butts, extension weed scientist for the University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture, will be exploring new ways to manage herbicide-resistant weeds in row rice […]
Arkansas Cotton: What to Know About Harvest Aids Sep 4, 2020
We are quickly approaching the finish line with this cotton crop. We have a very good and uniform boll load. While hurricane Laura has changed the complexion of this crop, […]
University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture weed scientists would like your help in gathering weed management information and understanding your current weed management concerns in rice. Harvest is an […]
Arkansas Corn: Online Field Day Sept. 3 Aug 21, 2020
The University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture will present the latest in Arkansas corn research during an online corn field day Sept. 3. It will be the second of […]
Weed management comes with the territory, you could say. Best practice is to stay ahead of it by taking a long-term approach. Thanks to the Arkansas Soybean Promotion Board’s invested […]
Dicamba-Resistant Pigweed Confirmed. Now What? – DTN Jul 30, 2020
Some Palmer amaranth populations in Tennessee are officially resistant to dicamba and weed scientists are worried about the efficacy of 2,4-D and glufosinate, as well.
Over the last couple weeks I have had several conversations with consultants and growers about pigweed control. Many are concerned with the levels of postemergence control they are seeing in […]
Furrow-irrigated rice has been gaining ground, increasing from less than 1 percent to 10 percent of total rice acreage in Arkansas in the past five years. A new handbook from […]
Arkansas Corn, Cotton: Marestail Control Options Apr 30, 2020
Many calls coming in on marestail (horseweed) control this week, “what can I spray and plant immediately” or “It’s up with my crop now what”?
Ryegrass has been more troublesome this spring to get controlled, especially with all of the wet weather delaying timely applications.