Corn, Soybeans: Weed Control Is Protecting Crop Yield Potential

Weeds are one of the most important factors that can impact crop yields and require action to effectively control each year. In times of...

Ohio Soybeans: Preemergence Mesotrione Use in “Mesotrione-Tolerant” Varieties

Put this one in the “we’re usually the last to know” category.  Following an article in the last C.O.R.N. about the Alite 27 label...

Pennsylvania: Glyphosate Necessary to Control Annual Ryegrass

Selecting the right herbicide burndown program for cover crop termination will be necessary to start clean this growing season. Key considerations include the cover...

Dicamba: EPA Amends Labels to Add Cutoffs for Iowa, Minnesota – DTN

On March 15, EPA announced that it has approved federal label amendments that further restrict the use of over-the-top dicamba herbicides in Iowa and...

Mississippi: Where Do We Stand with Burndown? – Podcast

Daniel Stephenson from the LSU AgCenter calls into the Crop Doctors’ Podcast studio in Stoneville while on a cross country drive with his family. ...

Arkansas Rice: Rogue Herbicide Recommendations

Rogue (benzobicyclon) received a federal registration for 2022 and provides a new site-of-action (HPPD-inhibitor, bleacher) for use in rice. This herbicide has some great...

Ohio: Alite 27 – Residual Herbicide for GT27 Soybeans

Alite 27 is isoxaflutole (Balance Flexx) repackaged and labeled for preemergence use in LL-GT27 soybeans, minus the safener, cyprosulfamide, which protects corn from injury. ...

Georgia: Grass Herbicides for Pre-Plant Burndown

Thinking about using a grass herbicide such as Select Max (clethodim) for pre-plant burndown? Have you seen any data suggesting this is a wise...

Tennessee: Time for Burndown – Things to Consider

It is now “burndown time in Tennessee.”  The combination of supply chain issues with the ever-increasing presence of herbicide resistant weeds has made burndown...

Kentucky: Considerations for Ryegrass, Marestail Burndown

Spring is rapidly approaching, and field work will soon begin in Kentucky with spring weed control practices taking front stage. This year our farmers...

Tennessee: Mitigating 2022 Weed Management Challenges

We have had the opportunity to visit with many retailers over the past several weeks on supply chain. What is clear is that most...

Georgia: Reviton For Burndown Weed Control

Last week, I received quite a few questions about a relatively new herbicide sold under the trade name of Reviton. Marketed by Helm AG,...

Nebraska: What Do New Enlist Regulations Mean for Growers?

Enlist corn and Enlist soybean producers in 32 Nebraska counties will be restricted on the use of two herbicides, Enlist ONE and Enlist DUO,...

Arkansas: Burndown Herbicide Selection Amid High Prices, Product Shortages

2022 Challenges in Management Decisions No doubt 2022, like most years, will offer a new set of challenges or problems that farmers will face in...

Indiana Soybeans: Which Residual Herbicide Should I Use for Waterhemp Control?

One of the topics that we get many questions about is picking a residual herbicide for soybean production that helps with waterhemp control. This...

How to Evaluate Your Herbicide Carryover Risk – DTN

Will your soil be nursing a herbicide hangover this spring? Weed scientists are warning that persistent drought in the northern Midwest in 2021 may have...

Georgia: 7 Things to Know About Enlist Herbicide Label Changes

On January 11, 2022, the EPA approved the registrations for Enlist One (2,4-D choline) and Enlist Duo (glyphosate + 2,4-D choline) for an additional...

Corn, Soybeans: Spring Burndown Strategies When Herbicides in Short Supply

Note: This article represents the combined thinking of weed scientists from Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Ohio, and Pennsylvania. There is a lot of speculation about herbicide...

Georgia Corn: Alternatives for Roundup for Weed Control

I continue to hear much chatter about the shortages/price increases for Roundup (glyphosate) and many other herbicides. Thus, I would like to remind you...

Texas: New Regulations, Limits on Enlist Herbicide Use

Cotton, corn and soybean producers in 22 Texas counties will be restricted on the use of two popular herbicides this growing season after the...