Winter annuals like marestail can emerge in the fall, becoming a serious problem if not controlled until the spring. Learn how incorporating a herbicide can be an effective strategy for a fall or early spring burndown.
Learn from university experts the best approach at controlling marestail during the fall in order to ensure the weed won’t emerge during the winter or spring seasons when it’s more difficult to control.
With many areas across the Corn Belt looking at the possibility of an early harvest, bare fields could be breeding grounds for fall weeds. Before combines hit the dirt plan your method of attack against weeds.
An eastern Asian weed found its way into Iowa this year. Mile-a-minute weed is invasive and has been found as far west as Indiana and Kentucky with one outlier in Oregon. This is the plant’s first appearance in Iowa.
Using the right cotton harvest aid to promote defoliation, boll opening and a better overall crop in your field can result in a profitable difference. Learn the benefits of incorporating harvest aid into your operation.