Arkansas Rice: Hot, Dry Weather Leaves Tough-to-Fight Weeds

Rough weather conditions caused many Arkansas rice fields to be overrun with grassy weeds.  Tom Barber, extension weed scientist for the University of Arkansas System...

Indiana Soybeans: Dicamba – Wind Speeds and Label Restrictions

Now that we are in the middle of July and most herbicide applications in corn and soybean should have ended, we wanted to take...

Illinois: Palmer Amaranth Can Take Your Corn, Soy Yields to Zero

Palmer amaranth (Amaranthus palmeri) has garnered much attention recently in both academic discussions and popular press releases, and with good reason. Among the weedy...

Texas Cotton: Managing Volunteer Corn in No-Till Rotations

Volunteer corn can be a significant problem in corn:cotton rotations under all tillage systems, but especially in no-till and limited tillage systems. Volunteer corn...

Georgia Peanuts: 6 Thoughts on Tank-Mixing

Rain delays and/or late planting have resulted in continual inquiries about peanut herbicide + fungicide tank-mixes and their potential effects on weed control and...

Tennessee Soybeans: New Palmer Pigweed Control Option for 2019

It appears that in 2019 there will be soybeans available that will be tolerant to Liberty and Roundup.  MS Technologies and Bayer announced very...

Nebraska Corn, Soy: Weed Management Following Hail Damage

Mid-season weed control relies on a dense crop canopy to prevent or suppress weed growth, even after herbicides may no longer be active. Hail...

Nebraska Winter Wheat: Post-Harvest Weed Control

With winter wheat stands in some areas being less competitive with weeds this year (Figures 1 and 2), fields not treated with herbicides during...

Pennsylvania: Suspect You’re Hit by Herbicide Drift? Here’s What to do Next.

Herbicides are commonly used in Pennsylvania to control unwanted weeds and vegetation and are a valuable tool when used correctly. Sometimes herbicides move off-target...

Noxious Weeds: 7 Best Practices Used for 600 Species

Noxious weeds are plants designated by federal, state or local officials as injurious to public health, agriculture, recreation, wildlife or property. Once a weed...

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