Tennessee Weeds: Monitor Grass Control Failures from the Combine, Picker

In a good part of West Tennessee most soybean and cotton fields have at least some goosegrass and jungle rice (awnless barnyardgrass) present.  In...

Dicamba: States Give EPA a List – Early Season Cutoff, Year-to-Year Label – DTN

State regulators sent a letter to EPA on Wednesday, Aug. 29, with their recommendations on how the federal agency should re-register three dicamba herbicides...

North Dakota: Palmer Pigweed Is Here Now

Palmer amaranth, a very aggressive weed, has been found in North Dakota for the first time. Laboratory analysis has confirmed that a plant found in...

Kentucky Wheat: Resistant Italian Ryegrass – Using Pyroxasulfone Based Residuals

Italian or annual ryegrass (Lolium perenne L. ssp. multiflorum ) has been a major weed issue for Kentucky wheat growers for many years. The...

Illinois: Fall-Applied Herbicides: Which Weed Species Should be the Target?

While the 2018 Illinois corn and soybean crops await harvest, assessing weed control successes and failures now can help farmers plan strategies for 2019.  The...

Pennsylvania: Control Weeds Now to Reduce Seed Bank for Next Year

Now is the time to think about controlling summer annual weeds prior to seed set in cropping situations where this is possible. Preventing seed...

Dicamba: Beck’s Hybrids CEO Makes Bold Move – DTN

Like most independent seed sellers in the U.S., Sonny Beck sells Xtend soybean seed, designed to be tolerant of over-the-top dicamba applications.   But the CEO...

Georgia Weeds: Prostrate Globe Amaranth and Sicklepod

A couple of things you might find of interest: 1. A local crop consultant recently sent me this picture of prostrate globe amaranth (Gomphrena celosioides). ...

Iowa: Dicamba – Xtend Farmers Happy, Others Not So Much

I have been reluctant to provide estimates of soybean acres damaged from dicamba applied to Xtend soybean due to the difficulty in developing a...

Soybeans: Dicamba Injury? Someone Call CSI

Editor's Note: For charts and images, see original article at Source URL below. The potential use of a forensic analysis to identify the timing of...

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