Cold, snow and rain have kept farmers out of the field across the Midwest, but once the sun starts shining, watch out. “We do have a good forecast, and when […]
To prevent weed resistance, it is always good to start with a pre-emergence program, said Paul O. Johnson, SDSU Extension Weed Science Coordinator.
Some areas of Alabama have been experiencing temperatures in the 30’s this last week and forecasters say that more cold weather is to come. This is also the time to […]
With all the wet cold weather everyone has had to abandon their Plan A cotton burndown program. So what is the Plan B burndown plan with most wanting to plant […]
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:
Generally, this is the time of the year you complete shopping for nozzles because the spraying season is just around the corner. This task must be on top of your to […]
Do you know the weather conditions that contribute to inversions? A workshop on April 10 will focus on tools to help farmers recognize inversions and other weather conditions that affect […]
Post-emergence herbicide options for weed control in soybean are limited, particularly where glyphosate-resistant weeds are a problem.
Even barely poking through the ground, weeds are distinctive. Determining the right tools for early identification and control are the goals of an ongoing Texas A&M AgriLife Research project.
In 2017 and now again in 2018, the lack of horseweed (marestail) in many fields for late March is very notable. So what is the reason/s for the lower landscape […]