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California Herbicide Resistance – 6 Questions On How It Compares To...

As a weed scientist, Dr. Lynn M. Sosnoskie has a fairly unique perspective in terms of herbicide resistance. She spent much of her early...

“Smart” Sprayer Shows Promise In 2018 Tests – Less Herbicide, Less...

A smart, in-crop sprayer tested in the U.S. this season could significantly reduce herbicide costs for farmers and potentially minimize off-target movement of dicamba...

Eliminating Resistant Weed Seed At Harvest – Aussies Make Huge Push...

While still mostly in the research phase in the U.S., the approach known as harvest weed seed collection (HWSC) has become a standard practice...

Dicamba-Tolerant Seed and Herbicide Future Rests on Court Decision – DTN

EPA's decision to continue the registration of three dicamba herbicides has reverberated far beyond D.C. -- through Midwest soybean fields, Southern cotton fields and...

Texas Cotton: Figuring Out Herbicidal Stalk Destruction With New Seed Technologies

Cotton stalk destruction is a topic of research that has been evaluated for a good 20 to 25 years. Herbicides have been applied to...

Ohio, Illinois: Fleshing Out The New Dicamba Label

Ohio, Indiana, and Illinois are heavily infested with weeds resistant to glyphosate (group 9), PPO inhibitors (group 14), and ALS inhibitors (group 2). This...

Combine Cleaning: Quick Guide To Removing Resistant Weed Seeds (Among Other...

The front-to-back and top-to-bottom combine clean-outs are significant undertakings and may be necessary for some farmers to complete between fields when producing identity-preserved grains...

Dicamba: States’ Ability to Add More Restrictions is Fading – DTN

 EPA's announcement of new dicamba regulations comes at a time when states' ability to restrict this kind of federal pesticide label may be under...

Dicamba Movement – pH Potentially Plays A Role

Weed scientists are taking a closer look at the relationship between low pH and the tendency of dicamba herbicide to volatilize. “We have some initial...

Cornbelt: Milkweeds, Monarchs, and Crop Production

While the monarch butterfly is a globally distributed species, the eastern United States population is renowned for its annual migration from the breeding range...