Here is your latest issue of AgFax Weed Solutions, sponsored by Nufarm’s Midwestern and Southern field teams. Editor: Debra L. Ferguson Web Editor: Ernst Undesser Subscribe IN THIS ISSUE Battling Weed […]
Projected $225,000 advantage over 30 years on 1,000 acres. When farmers coordinate resistance management on large scale, yields increase as they block resistance, simulation forecasts.
Several reports of new resistant traits in the weedy Amaranths were announced recently. First, Illinois reported two populations of waterhemp resistant to metolachlor and other Group 15 herbicides. This was followed by […]
Farmers want a herbicide system that brings peace of mind. The commercial launch of Enlist E3 soybeans from Corteva Agriscience, Agriculture Division of DowDuPont gives farmers a firsthand look at Enlist […]
S-Metolachlor Is The Active Ingredient Commonly Sold By Syngenta Under The Trade Name Dual Magnum. It Is Also Found As A Component In Many Popular Herbicide Premixes.
Although there are many ways weeds escape control in crop fields, one of the leading causes of waterhemp control failures is emergence of plants following postemergence herbicide (POST) treatments. Waterhemp requires […]
Helm Agro US, Inc. has added Zone Elite to the company’s Zone herbicide family for U.S. soybean growers. Zone Elite is a pre-emergence herbicide for broad-spectrum weed control with an […]
After we’ve successfully implemented a herbicide program with multiple, effective herbicide sites of action at effective rates, we need to consider other tactics that may supplement the herbicide program. The […]
While herbicide resistance is not a new issue, the rapid increase in multiple resistant biotypes in waterhemp, giant ragweed, and horseweed (marestail) is limiting herbicidal options. A waterhemp biotype resistant to […]
After you’ve started working on a program that contains multiple herbicide groups (sites of action), you need to make sure you’re using multiple herbicide groups that will be effective against […]