Early season weed control is essential for reducing competition for water, nutrients, and light between the peanut plant and weeds. In addition, the soil seed bank will drastically be reduced […]
Waterhemp is spreading at a rapid rate, and it’s a considerably more challenging pest than marestail for several reasons. The question really is – why has waterhemp taken off over […]
Waterhemp and Palmer amaranth, both members of the pigweed family, have become significant threats to crop yields and farm incomes across the Americas. In the U.S., they compete with crops […]
The coming weeks are prime time for spotting Palmer amaranth plants when they are still small enough to kill and stop an infestation.
A seemingly thorough cleaning of a combine with compressed air, a leaf blower or pressure washer can still leave millions of weed seeds hiding inside the machine, waiting to be […]
Feed your combine straw to purge weed seeds – here’s how. Also, 7 key points on dicamba drift from 4 years of temperature inversion studies.
The continual evolution of weed species and populations resistant to herbicides from one or more site-of-action groups represents one of the most daunting challenges facing weed management practitioners.
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 […]