Weed Management News
While the extended hot, dry weather in Ohio recently might mean that weeds aren’t growing as... Read more.
Continued dry weather in areas of Ohio will affect the activity of postemergence herbicides, and... Read more.
Last season, researchers at the University of Missouri conducted the first year of a two-year survey... Read more.
The ongoing evolution of herbicide-resistant weeds is a source of worry in Illinois, said University... Read more.
More than 80 percent of U.S. farmers said they believe the glyphosate-tolerant crop system will lose... Read more.
Starting with a clean slate has some positive psychological benefits, and in the world of soybeans,... Read more.
Summer annual and herbicide-resistant weeds often overshadow winter annual weeds when producers formulate weed management... Read more.
Weeds can be controlled prior to planting corn or soybean by using preplant tillage, herbicides, or... Read more.
The warm and relatively dry weather has many growers chomping at the bit to apply herbicides now,... Read more.
With the early spring warm-up, farmers may face two herbicide applications instead of one before they... Read more.
Controlling marestail in soybeans has been a big challenge for Kansas no-till producers. Because soybeans... Read more.
Palmer pigweed is killing off soybean fields right and left in the Midsouth, according to Larry Steckel,... Read more.
- Be mindful of bees during delayed planting this season
- Adjusting corn management practices for a late start
- Black cutworm spring arrival has hostile welcome
- Reniform nematode continues to plague the Mid-South
- Japan has not narrowed trade differences with U.S.
- USDA awards grants to address impact of climate change on ag
- Commentary: Blame anti-GMO groups for deaths
- Julie Borlaug says biotech is necessary in fight against hunger
- What does “sustainable” food and agriculture really mean?
- Ohio bill to require certification to apply fertilizer
- Carbon-dioxide hurts nitrogen assimilation by plants
- DuPont calls on Congress to preserve RFS