Weed Management News
Source: Bob Hartzler, Department of Agronomy, Iowa State University Waterhemp caused significant economic losses for... Read more.
Source: Arysta LifeScience New Supremacy Herbicide is the latest innovation offered to cereal growers by Arysta... Read more.
Source: Dallas Peterson, Weed Management Specialist, Kansas State University There are several herbicide options for controlling... Read more.
Source: Purdue University Extension As farmers wait for their winter wheat crops to awaken from a seasonal... Read more.
Source: Ohio State University Extension The first half of November is usually an effective time to... Read more.
Source: Weed Technology The best method to combat weeds is not one method, but a combination of approaches.... Read more.
Source: Curtis Thompson, Weed Management Specialist, Kansas State University With row crop harvest underway, it's time... Read more.
Source: Ohio State University Winter annual populations in many fields seem to be low to fairly nonexistent... Read more.
Source: James Martin, University of Kentucky The problems we are seeing with volunteer corn this season... Read more.
Source: Purdue University The most important thing farmers can do to control weeds in the 2011 wheat... Read more.
Source: Dallas Peterson, Weed Management Specialist, Kansas State University Downy brome is one of the most... Read more.
Source: Rich Zollinger, Extension Weed Specialist, North Dakota State University Broadleaf weeds can sometimes grow rapidly... Read more.
- Deere to lay off more than 600 at four U.S. plants
- The four pillars of seeing opportunities in problems
- New DuPont Afforia herbicide introduced for soybeans
- Cooperative exits retail and automotive business
- Slow pace of rail recovery stirs fear of future woes
- RTK brings higher level of accuracy to farmers
- 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
- Commentary: Setting the record straight on 'Waters of the U.S.'
- Soybean aphid numbers on the rise
- Solar energy jobs increase, wind power decrease