Learn more about the 7 newest corn herbicides

Curtis Thompson, weed management specialist, Kansas State University, has compiled information about seven corn herbicides newly available for the 2016 growing season.


Court rules EPA cannot vacate Enlist Duo label; may review it

Last fall, the Environmental Protection Agency filed a petition to vacate the label for Dow AgroScience’s Enlist Duo herbicide, which contains 2,4-D choline and glyphosate. On Tuesday, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals denied EPA’s motion to vacate the herbicide’s registration. Instead, the court ruled that the EPA can review whether it was right in approving the controversial herbicide.


Help farmers plan against yield-robbing weeds

Weed control isn’t about killing weeds; it’s about protecting yield—and the stakes are high. The challenge is not only gaining control of weeds this year, but every year following while herbicide resistance is building. It is logical that ag professionals have some farmer convincing to do when money is involved in this down ag economy.


Dow expects Enlist Duo to be available for 2016 U.S. crop season

Relative to EPA’s recently filed motion to vacate the registration of Enlist Duo herbicide, The Dow Chemical Company is confident in the extensive data supporting this new technology and is working quickly with EPA to provide assurances that our product’s conditions of registered use will continue to protect the environment, including threatened and endangered plant species.


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