Iowa: Dicamba – New Use Directions, Training Requirements

On October 27, 2020, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) approved registrations for two dicamba products, XtendiMax with VaporGrip Technology and Engenia Herbicide, and...

Soybeans: Reducing Weed Seed, Foreign Material for Harvest

Beginning in 2018, Chinese officials began rejecting shipments of soybeans from the US that contain more than one percent foreign material and contain weed...

Iowa Soybeans: Herbicide Programs for Waterhemp Control

Waterhemp is a dioecious (male and female flowers on separate plants) pigweed with a high genetic diversity. Consequently, this pigweed has a high propensity...

Groups Argue EPA Failed on Glyphosate – DTN

In reapproving registration of glyphosate in January 2020, EPA ignored its own scientific finding that the herbicide may harm nearly all endangered species, environmental...

Dicamba: New Lawsuit, Same Complaints – DTN

In what is becoming a familiar cycle, a group of environmental and farm groups have filed a lawsuit challenging EPA's latest round of dicamba...

Corn: HELM Agro Granted EPA Approval for Katagon Herbicide

HELM Agro US, Inc., a global manufacturer of high-quality crop protection and fertilizer products today announced that Katagon herbicide has received federal registration from...

North Carolina Wheat: Post-Emergence Control of Italian Ryegrass – Video

Before top-dressing we want to terminate any weeds that could compete with our wheat crop. In this short video, Dr. Wes Everman tells us...

New Dicamba Labels Mandate Adding Volatility Reducing Agent

As most know the EPA approved a new five-year registration for Engenia, Tavium and XtendiMax to be used in Xtend cotton and soybean. The...

Male Weeds May Hold Key to Their Own Demise

Scientists are getting closer to finding the genes for maleness in waterhemp and Palmer amaranth, two of the most troublesome agricultural weeds in the...

Dicamba: States Mull 2021 Limits – DTN

At least three states plan to implement more restrictive cutoffs for dicamba use in 2021, beyond the federal labels EPA issued for XtendiMax, Engenia...

Dicamba And 2,4-D: New Data – 4 Points To Read Ahead Of 2021 –...

University of Missouri Extension weed scientist Mandy Bish unveiled the results of the group's latest research on new auxin herbicide technologies at the annual...

Syngenta Moves on Atrazine Lawsuit – DTN

Syngenta has filed a motion to intervene in a federal lawsuit that challenges EPA's approval of its herbicide, atrazine, and two related herbicides, propazine...

Hooded Sprayers Get Another Look – DTN

Label changes to three dicamba herbicides could increase the use of broadcast sprayer hoods in soybeans to maximize the use of the chemistries. Last month...

Glyphosate Still Under Review – DTN

More changes could be ahead for glyphosate use in the U.S. after the EPA released a draft Biological Evaluation for the herbicide, which scrutinizes...

Arkansas: As Dicamba’s Future Shifts, National Agricultural Law Center Keeps Growers Apprised

There are a handful of things in life one can control, and a few others that one can, at least, anticipate. And then, there’s the...

Herbicide Options for Weed Control in Small Grain Crops

Small grain crops such as barley, oats, rye, triticale, wheat, etc. are commonly grown during winter months in Florida for grain, cover crops, or...

Herbicides: Enlist Duo Survives Appeal – DTN

Enlist Duo's registration has survived another legal challenge, after the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit declined to reevaluate part of its...

CNH Invests in Electrical Weed Management – DTN

CNH Industrial has completed its acquisition of a minority stake in Zasso Group AG, a global specialist in non-chemical weed and invasive plant management...

Alabama Cotton: Sorting Through New Dicamba Requirements

On October 27, EPA issued new labels for dicamba products Engenia, Xtendimax, and Tavium for use over-the-top in dicamba-tolerant crops. These new labels expire...

Palmer Pigweed: What It Takes To Gain Control – DTN

A parade of pigweed happens far too often in Mike Morgan's Piggott, Arkansas, fields. These parades are not joyous, candy-throwing events. Rather, pickups and...