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Enlist Duo Herbicide Dodges The Dicamba Bullet – Court Ruling –...

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit today denied a petition to vacate the registration of Corteva Agriscience's Enlist Duo herbicide, a...

19 Million Weedy Acres – Prevented Planting’s Legacy, Possible Solutions

Weeds emerging on prevented planting (PPL) acres should be managed just as rigorously as weeds on planted acres. If not, a messy and expensive...

Missouri: Non-Chem Waterhemp Control? – Video Delves Into Research

The 2020 University of Missouri virtual weed science field day kicked off early in the month with the launch of a five-minute video: Evaluating...

Bayer Sets Up $10 Billion Settlement Fund In Roundup-Cancer Claims

Bayer has agreed to pay more than $10 billion in the U.S. to settle current and potential claims that its Roundup herbicide causes cancer. Bayer...

Dicamba: 3-Judge Panel Sides With EPA On Use Of Existing Stocks...

A panel of Ninth Circuit Court judges denied an emergency motion to halt dicamba use and hold EPA in contempt Friday. The decision is an...

With Dicamba Pulled First, Is Enlist On Shaky Ground, Too?

The agricultural industry was rocked by a federal appeals court ruling that vacated the registrations of three dicamba herbicides last week. Growers would do well...

Iowa: Managing Waterhemp In Dicamba Beans When Dicamba Is Off The...

Numerous herbicides registered for postemergence use on Xtend soybean have excellent activity on important weeds of Iowa’s soybean fields. Unfortunately, herbicide resistance in waterhemp is...

Nebraska Soybeans: Options When You Couldn’t Hit Preemerge Timing This Year

Soybean planting was early this year in Nebraska, but dry soil conditions in most of May resulted in poor activation of pre-emergence herbicides applied...

Alabama: Dicamba’s Status? 5 Questions

Editor’s Note: Late in the week, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals voided the registration for dicamba-based herbicides used with related seed trait technology....

Dicamba Ruling Leaves Herbicide Programs Up In The Air – DTN

Editor's Note: This article was originally posted at 8:08 p.m. CDT on Wednesday, June 3. It was last updated at 11:26 a.m. CDT on...

Herbicide Resistance: 7 Steps For Gaining Control — With A New...

Okay, you’ve seen plenty of lists that suggest ways to prevent or cope with herbicide resistance. This one is different. The first of the 7 points...

Alabama: Palmer Pigweed Rescue Treatments – How They Compare

Given its tolerance to herbicides, Palmer amaranth greater than 12 inches ranks among the most difficult weeds to control in row crops. When it reaches...

Dicamba: State Regulators Urge EPA To Consider Post-Emerge Ban – DTN

On April 28, the Association of American Pesticide Control Officials (AAPCO) sent EPA a letter asking that the agency consider banning postemergence use of...

U.S. Weed Scientists Take In-Field Look At Aussie Resistance Management Systems

U.S. producers thinking of adopting harvest weed seed control (HWSC) could take a few lessons from their counterparts Down Under, where HWSC has become...

Enlist Corn, Cotton, Soybeans: 6 Points You Need to Know –...

Enlist crop acreage is set to expand significantly in 2020, thanks to a boost from new volumes of Enlist E3 soybeans on the landscape. Corteva...

Dicamba-Resistant Pigweed? Not Yet But Troubling Signs Surface

For essentially two decades, Georgia farmers have battled glyphosate-resistant Palmer amaranth. Its impact on Georgia agriculture is so high that it is simply immeasurable. Many...

Nebraska Weed Control: Profitability Is Rooted In Those Early Applications

Common winter annual weeds that emerge early spring in Nebraska fields are common chickweed, dandelion, downey brome, field pennycress, henbit, marestail, tansy mustard, Virginia...

Cotton: 8 Key Points If Valor Is In Your 2020 Plan

It is the time of the year that row crop growers are spraying burndown treatments and preparing fields for planting. The following are eight...

Dicamba Movement: Predicting Temperature Inversions Proves Challenging

Missouri researchers are zeroing in on what makes temperature inversions tick – primarily when and how they're most likely to form. The research is driven...

Dicamba: EPA Watchdog Rechecking Registration And “Local Need” Labels – DTN

EPA’s inspector general is planning to look into whether EPA acted properly when it registered dicamba in 2016 and 2018, as well as review...