Iowa: Dicamba Drift in 2018 – How Are We Doing? Could Be Better.

Off-target injury associated with dicamba application in dicamba-resistant soybean was a significant problem in the Cornbelt during 2017 (A final report on dicamba-injured soybean acres). The...

Ohio Soybeans: Controlling Marestail in Double-Crop Fields

A uniform wheat crop can provide effective suppression of marestail, especially when combined with some in-crop herbicides. It is nonetheless typical for marestail plants...

Pennsylvania Soybeans: Weed Break Through at Mid Season

Rescue applications We are receiving calls about weeds breaking through soil-applied herbicides. With all of the recent rainfall and especially if reduced herbicide rates were...

Tennessee Cotton, Soybeans: Dicamba Injury Update, Identification

An update on reports of dicamba injury in Tennessee, plus how to distinguish dicamba injury from injury caused by Group 15 herbicides. [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OPvqhCzN5II]

Tennessee: Resistant Barnyardgrass Control Options – Video

University of Tennessee Extension Weed Specialist Larry Steckel discusses control options for herbicide resistant barnyardgrass. [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PSc0Idk4tm0]

Herbicide Drift: Temperature Inversions – A Visual Demo

After walking a dicamba complaint last summer in Virginia, I could come to only one conclusion. It had to be a temperature inversion. The...

Indiana: 3 Factors Affecting Herbicide Carryover in 2018

Many people have commented that we have the best stands of corn and soybean across the state that we have seen in many years....

Tennessee Soybeans: Glyphoste-Resistant Barnyardgrass Escaping Clethodim – What Can You Do?

As we announced in February we have confirmed glyphosate-resistant barnyardgrass in Tennessee. Technically the grass species is jungle rice (Echinocloa colona) which is an...

Georgia Cotton: A Difficult Year for Pigweed Control

Using postemergence herbicides to control problematic weeds has been recently successful for Georgia cotton farmers, according to University of Georgia Cooperative Extension weed specialist...

Ohio: Dicamba – Watch for Injury and Please Report

This is the time of year when we received our first call about dicamba problems in soybeans in 2017.  We can probably expect any...

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