Tennessee Corn: Maturity Cutoffs for Herbicides

Due to little time and very few good spray days some corn fields have yet to have their lay-by application. Corn is putting on...

Alabama Cotton, Soybeans: Current Weed Control Options Following Dicamba Ban

Alabama producers with dicamba resistant crops in the ground are struggling to come to terms with a constantly changing situation surrounding a California Circuit...

Tennessee Cotton, Soybeans: Controlling Pigweed with Dicamba Uncertainty

As most know by now, on June 3rd the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit vacated the labels for XtendiMax, FeXapan and Engenia.  The...

North Carolina Cotton, Soybeans: Deciphering The Specifics of Dicamba Ban

The North Carolina Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services is aware of the recent Ninth Circuit United States Court of Appeals decision regarding multiple...

Dicamba: EPA Offers Clarity to Farmers in Light of Court Ruling

Late last week, Wall Street Journal writer Jesse Newman reported that, “Bayer AG was dealt a setback in its efforts to provide farmers with new weapons...

EPA Makes Big Decisions on Dicamba

After five long days of confusion in the industry, EPA has issued a cancellation order for three dicamba herbicides, following a federal appeals court's...

Georgia Cotton: With Dicamba Disruption, 3 Pigweed Scenarios

On June 8, 2020 the U.S. EPA released critical information on Engenia, Fexapan, and XtendiMax. The entire release can be found at https://www.epa.gov/newsreleases/epa-offers-clarity-farmers-light-recent-court-vacatur-dicamba-registrations Please visit...

Minnesota Soybeans: Dicamba Usage Changes

Upon further review of state law and while awaiting guidance from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency on the ruling of the 9th U.S. Circuit Court...

Iowa: Managing Waterhemp In Dicamba Beans When Dicamba Is Off The Table

Numerous herbicides registered for postemergence use on Xtend soybean have excellent activity on important weeds of Iowa’s soybean fields. Unfortunately, herbicide resistance in waterhemp is...

Nebraska Soybeans: Options When You Couldn’t Hit Preemerge Timing This Year

Soybean planting was early this year in Nebraska, but dry soil conditions in most of May resulted in poor activation of pre-emergence herbicides applied...

Alabama: Dicamba’s Status? 5 Questions

Editor’s Note: Late in the week, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals voided the registration for dicamba-based herbicides used with related seed trait technology....

Dicamba Ruling Leaves Herbicide Programs Up In The Air – DTN

Editor's Note: This article was originally posted at 8:08 p.m. CDT on Wednesday, June 3. It was last updated at 11:26 a.m. CDT on...

Adjuvants – Let’s Cut Through A Bit Of The Confusion

Adjuvants perform numerous roles within a spray application and there are a wide variety of different options available. Some adjuvants work by reducing surface...

Minnesota Soybeans: Herbicide Options After Dicamba Registrations Vacated

On June 3, 2020, the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals issued a ruling that vacated U.S. registrations for Engenia, FeXapan, and XtendiMax herbicides. These...

Indiana Soybeans: No More Dicamba – What Do I Do?

By now most of you are aware of the ruling in the 9th Circuit Court that vacates the labels Xtendimax/Fexapan, and Engenia. As of Friday...

Dicamba: EPA Registration Voided by Federal Appeals Court

On Wednesday, June 3, the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit issued a ruling vacating the federal registration for three dicamba...

Georgia Peanuts: 3 Thoughts on Weed Management

A few things to share with your growers based upon my phone calls and field observations: 1. I am getting the feeling that many peanut...

Pennsylvania: Dealing With This Year’s Out-of-Control Weeds

With the odd weather we have been experiencing, there are areas of the state that have been able to plant and spray pre herbicides,...

Iowa: Herbicide Carryover Damage – How Come?

Although there is no evidence of widescale problems with carryover injury to corn or soybean, ISUEO field agronomists have received a few reports. The potential...

Alabama Corn: Dealing with Late Ryegrass – The Last Resort

Yes, I know, its June and we’re still talking about ryegrass. The unusually wet winter and early spring may have inhibited many sprayers from...