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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...

Tennessee: EPA Extends Dicamba Registration – Podcast

On October 31, EPA extended the registration for over-the-top use of dicamba through 2020. In this podcast, Dr. Larry Steckel discusses changes to the...

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...

Pennsylvania: Quackgrass, Canadian Thistle Control In Late-Year Situation

When weather becomes cold, many often wonder if it is too late to control weeds, especially perennials. In the fall, foliar applied herbicides can...

Dicamba Label Revision: Sorting Out The Implications On 4 Key Points

I feel obligated to write something about EPA’s dicamba announcement, but will confess at this time I still have several questions that I’m seeking answers...

Dicamba: EPA Extends OTT Label For 2 Years, Rolls Out New Requirements

EPA has extended the registration for two years for over-the-top (OTP) use of dicamba to control weeds in dicamba-tolerant cotton and soybeans. High points announced...

Minnesota: Reduce Your Chances for Volunteer Corn Next Season

The 2018 corn growing season was challenging for Minnesota growers. Excessive precipitation in some areas of the state and dry conditions in others, along...

Nebraska: Atrazine-Resistance Waterhemp – Best Approach?

Waterhemp is a troublesome summer annual broadleaf weed species that has developed resistance to glyphosate and other herbicide sites of action (SOA) in Nebraska,...

Nebraska: Fall Burndown Options for Controlling Winter Annuals in Wheat

Q: What is your recommendation for someone who wants to plant wheat, but has a lot of winter annuals coming up, including marestail? I'd...