Tennessee Cotton: Seedling Burn from Early Post Applications

Weather permitting, this week will be the start of the early POST applications in cotton. These applications are often critical to not only curtail...

Nebraska: Guidance for Enlist Herbicide Runoff Prevention Label Requirements

The Nebraska Department of Agriculture (NDA) has shared a document on its website providing runoff mitigation guidance to users of the herbicides Enlist One and Enlist...

Indiana Corn: Control of “Volunteer” Corn in a Replant Situation

Due to the cold wet weather we experienced in late April and early May, corn planted in April has struggled to emerge in many...

Georgia Peanuts: It’s “Cracking” Time Again

Many peanut growers are in the field right now making "cracking" applications of paraquat (whether they really need it or not?).  I always get...

Pennsylvania Corn: Delayed Pre/Early Post Residual Herbicide Options

The wet weather has made it difficult for timely herbicide applications, to say the least. In some cases, the corn is already coming up...

Tennessee: Ryegrass and Johnsongrass – Where Do We Go From Here?

Ryegrass has moved from being an aggravation 10 years ago to a significant weed issue in our row crops.  In wheat at this point,...

Tennessee Corn: Maturity Cutoffs for Herbicides

How large can corn be before glyphosate could potentially cause injury? The glyphosate label states it can be applied up through the V8 corn...

Illinois Corn, Soybeans: Emerging Crops and Delayed PRE Herbicide Applications

Soil-residual herbicides are important components of integrated weed management programs. Labels of many single and multiple active ingredient products allow application before and after...

Florida: Enlist Crop Technology and Requirements for Herbicide Application

Enlist crop technology (2,4-D-tolerant) allows for the application of 2,4-D choline herbicide products on Enlist Cotton, Enlist Corn, and Enlist E3 Soybean. The newer...

Pennsylvania: Weird Weather and Weed Wrangling

With the weird weather we have been experiencing, there are areas of the state that have already planted and sprayed pre herbicides, while others...

Midsouth Corn, Cotton, Soybeans, Rice: What to Know for Sedge Management – Podcast

Jason did a recent episode of the Weeds AR Wild Podcast with Tommy Butts from the University of Arkansas Systems Division of Agriculture.  Jason...

Minnesota: Can I Plant a Cover Crop if I Used a PRE Herbicide?

With postemergence herbicide supply issues creating challenges for 2022 and possibly into 2023, using a preemergence herbicide with residual activity as part of a...

Iowa Planting: In the Mad Rush, Don’t Forget Your Herbicide!

This spring's weather has resulted in an unusually slow start to the growing season, especially when compared with the past two years. In springs...

Mitigating Herbicide Mixing Issues

There have been numerous reports of mixing issues when either Roundup PowerMax 3 or Gramoxone is added to the tank with residual herbicides like...

Georgia: 4 Weed Management Considerations

Here are a couple of things to think about based upon recent phone calls/texts and observations from some of my current research projects. 1. If...

Spray Drift: A Serious Problem You Can Manage

Spray drift not only result in wasting expensive pesticides and pollution of the environment, it may damage non-target crops nearby, and poses a serious...

Tennessee: Still Seeing Good Liberty Control on Palmer Amaranth

Results from our greenhouse screens of Palmer amaranth to Liberty has been very encouraging.  We feared that the Liberty resistance documented in Arkansas had...

Springtime Is Spray Time – 10 Tips for Better Spraying

Applying pesticides requires a high level of skill and knowledge. Increases in the size and complexity of sprayers over the years require even more...

Tennessee Corn: Ryegrass Management in Newly Emerged Crops

The call of the last week has been ryegrass and/or Poa escaping burndown in a number of fields that have been or will be...

Soil Applied Herbicides And Rainfall For Activation

Fieldwork has progressed slowly in the past couple of weeks due to frequent rain showers and cool soil temperatures.  At this point, there is...