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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...

North Dakota: Palmer Pigweed Spreads to 4 More Counties

Palmer amaranth has been confirmed in four more North Dakota counties. The very aggressive, hard-to-control weed first was found in a row-crop field in McIntosh...

Sprayer Maintenance: 4-Step Winterizing Pays Off in the Spring

This is a busy time of year for many farmers, but taking time to winterize your sprayer now can payoff in avoiding problems next spring.  Without...

Mississippi: Resistant Italian Ryegrass – What You Need to Know – Podcast

Dr. Bobby Golden, Extension rice and soil fertility agronomist, and Dr. Jason Bond, weed scientist with the MSU Delta Research and Extension Center talk...

Tennessee: Resistant Grass Worse In Cotton, Soy – Deja Vu – Podcast

Grass weeds have been a real issue for farmers as they try to move combines through the field to harvest. Dr. Larry Steckel explains...

Minnesota: Palmer Pigweed – Detection, Reporting – Timeliness Is Key

This fall, Palmer amaranth was discovered for the first time in soybean fields in Redwood and Jackson counties. In Redwood County, 1 female and...

Pennsylvania Wheat, Barley: Fall Herbicide Options

Dense populations of winter annual weeds can compete with wheat and barley in late fall and early spring and slow the rate of crop...

Herbicide Resistance in Annual Bluegrass is Epidemic in Turf Management

Annual bluegrass is one of the most common weeds of turfgrass on golf courses, sports fields and sod farms, not to mention residential and...

Australians Facing Slippage In Key Resistance Management Strategy

Australian farmers have long relied on what’s called a “double knock” approach to preventing herbicide resistance. Essentially, growers spray with Roundup and then come...

Kansas: Kochia Gains Cross Resistance To Key Herbicides

Kochia has now gained cross resistance in at least one state to both dicamba and fluroxypyr. Kansas State University (KSU) weed scientists said kochia...

Nebraska Extension Weed Science School, Mead, Oct. 31

Growers, crop consultants and educators are encouraged to attend the day-long Nebraska Extension Weed Science School Oct. 31 at the University of Nebraska’s Eastern Nebraska...

Hyper Resistance – This Waterhemp Defies 6 Modes Of Action – Scary

The slow, insidious march of herbicide resistance has reached yet another dubious milestone – six-way resistance has turned up in a population of waterhemp...

Fall Weed Control in Florida Pastures

Fall is not generally the right time to control many pasture weeds.  However, some perennial weeds are effectively controlled by fall herbicide applications.  Fall...

Tennessee Wheat: Weed Management Considerations

Weed control in wheat has become more of a struggle in recent years. This is due to several reasons including that more wheat is following corn...

Herbicide Resistant Weeds – Ag Bots Could be the Answer – Video

Herbicide resistant weeds cost farmers an estimated $4-$6 billion per year, a number that could rise to $100 billion annually based on the adaptability...

South Dakota: Palmer Amaranth – A Growing Concern

Although Palmer Amaranth can be found in South Dakota, it is currently not wide spread. If South Dakota producers and agronomists are vigilant, it...