Arkansas: Horseweed Causing Problems – What Can You Do?

Horseweed (marestail) has always been an issue at spring burndown prior to planting.  In the early 2000’s, it became a much bigger problem in...

Tennessee Soybeans: Residual Herbicides Key for Weed Management

Residual herbicides will play a large role in the success or failure of our weed control program in 2018. Last year a number of...

Dicamba Drift – Can You Trust Those Weather Apps, Websites?

With planting and spray season upon us, we decided it was a good time to test some of the weather prediction tools that have...

Michigan: Herbicide-Resistance – Some Spreading, Plus An Auxin Surprise

In 2017, fifty-three samples were submitted for herbicide resistance screening to MSU Plant and Pest Diagnostic Services. This is a slight decrease over the...

Michigan Winter Wheat: 4 Considerations for Weed Control

Over the next month, many of Michigan’s winter wheat acres will be treated with herbicides for weed control. While there are several herbicide options...

Michigan Soybeans: Even With Weather Delays, Don’t Skip Burndowns

Cooler temperatures and wetter conditions this spring have led to slower-than-normal weed growth and a delayed start to field work around Michigan. However, as...

Nebraska Cover Crops: Termination Factors, Burndown Considerations

Cover Crop Growth With cold spring conditions this year, cover crop plant growth has been delayed and questions have come up as to whether that...

Nebraska: Burndown Herbicide Success Linked to the Weather Forecast

Finding a good time for burndown herbicide applications has been a little tricky this spring, given the below-normal temperatures experienced through much of April...

Spray Droplet Sizes And Drift Control – Let’s Get Precise

Herbicide drift is a primary concern in production agricultural systems. Off‑target movement of herbicides can lead to excessive damage to susceptible crops, severe yield...

Arkansas: CropCheck Program to Enhance Pesticide Applicator Stewardship

Arkansas pesticide applicators working row and field crops will be able to identify herbicide-sensitive crops and adjust their spraying accordingly thanks to a unique...

From our sponsor...

 

Directly Contact Nufarm's Field Staff:
Troublesome Weeds? No Trouble At All.

Ross Huneycutt

Ross
Huneycutt

SC, NC, VA

WVA, MD
919-244-4098

Thomas McDaniel

Thomas
McDaniel

KS, CO
970-227-1384

Jared
Uhlman

IA, NE, MO
515-371-2173

 

Terry
Schlieve

MT, WY, Western ND, Western SD

701-318-6558

J.W. Champion

J.W.
Champion

IL, WI
708-203-6406

Brent
Sigurdson

MN,

Eastern SD

Eastern ND
218-791-3049

Clark

Boyd

770-365-0509

AL and GA

 

Reggie
Young

972-259-0462

Southwest

craig noll

Craig
Noll

FL
239-549-2494

Reed

Parker

Southwest

318-847-2524

Bethany

Barnes

Northeast

252-885-2536

Nichole Wilson

East Corn Belt

419-689-3176

 

Ask us about the C.A.T.S. (CombAtting Troublesome Species) solutions for your troublesome weeds.

nufarm