Weed Management News
Judging by the number of phone calls he receives, Dallas Peterson is very popular this time of year. The... Read more.
Due to rainfall across the entire state, many fields of wheat stubble in Kansas have rather large... Read more.
Canadian farmers will have new tools to fight weed resistance in their wheat and barley crops,... Read more.
Recent rains in parts of Kansas have caused weeds to begin growing rapidly, and in some cases overtaking... Read more.
When there’s a lack of rainfall, there’s limited moisture available for development of a strong... Read more.
Recently, the weed science program at the University of Illinois published recommendations for the management... Read more.
A recent BASF survey found that 76 percent of growers have made changes to their weed management programs... Read more.
Louisiana State University AgCenter weed scientists confirmed that farmers will now have to contend with... Read more.
There has been more metribuzin injury on wheat stands this year than we have seen in more than a decade.... Read more.
Kevin Bradley, University of Missouri, has received a few calls lately from producers asking what... Read more.
The harsh winter is finally winding down and we are bound to have warmer days and spring in the near... Read more.
National Invasive Species Awareness Week is scheduled for February 23-28. And according to experts with... Read more.
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- New DuPont Afforia herbicide introduced for soybeans
- Ohio’s largest Deere dealer to sell precision drone products
- No El Niño in 2014? Drought-weary California in trouble
- Suspected Bt corn rootworm resistance in Pennsylvania
- BioNitrogen to build second fertilizer plant in Texas
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- Solar energy jobs increase, wind power decrease