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02/12/2013 11:06:06 AM
Syngenta is once again honoring two outstanding leaders in the fight against herbicide resistance through... Read more.
01/24/2013 7:20:00 AM
Crops should be managed in a way to prevent weed infestations, overuse of herbicides and herbicide... Read more.
01/23/2013 11:20:00 AM
Two Purdue Extension specialists have developed an information guide to help crop producers across Indiana... Read more.
01/22/2013 4:00:00 PM
The evolution and spread of glyphosate resistant weeds has increased people’s awareness of the threat... Read more.
01/16/2013 7:00:00 AM
Producers should start this winter in planning their program for controlling kochia in corn and grain... Read more.
01/15/2013 7:10:00 AM
Herbicide-resistant weeds are becoming more of a problem, forcing growers to alter their weed-control programs.... Read more.
01/14/2013 7:00:00 AM
In the war between waterhemp and producers, waterhemp is winning, says a University of Missouri Extension... Read more.
01/11/2013 7:20:00 AM
Syngenta hosted an hour-long Twitter chat Thursday with Stephen Powles, Ph.D., on the multiple issues... Read more.
01/04/2013 3:00:00 PM
Kansas State University scientists say there is evidence to show that some Palmer amaranth weeds in... Read more.
01/02/2013 7:15:00 AM
With glyphosate-resistant Palmer amaranth (pigweed) rapidly spreading north and glyphosate-resistant waterhemp wreaking havoc on many... Read more.
12/04/2012 11:45:00 AM
Managing herbicide-resistant weeds is a growing concern across the Midwest, and farmers are realizing that... Read more.
11/28/2012 7:00:00 AM
In early August, Panhandle producers observed a giant pigweed emerging above the corn canopy. With... Read more.