A University of Tennessee Extension Weed Specialist cautions that due to not receiving timely rains, some PRE herbicides weren’t activated. He encourages growers to scout closely to make a timely POST application.
Your in-crop herbicide strategy is paramount when considering methods to combat resistant weeds, but your resistance strategy should start long before crops emerge. Learn top tools for early-season resistance management.
If you haven’t figured out your weed control strategy for the season it’s time to get it done. Know what weeds are in your field and understand if ragweedis in your soybean fields, it’s important to gain control.
Weed management programs for the 2018 season should be two things: proactive and aggressive. The first step toward a proactive program is a burndown. Spitfire® herbicide provides true below-ground burndown.
Panther® Pro herbicide is a new, powerful resistance management tool. Multi-state trials conducted in 2017 provided some additional insight into how to best use this tool for burndown and residual control.
Have you talked to your customers about their plans to terminate their cover crops next spring? Selecting the best herbicide(s) depend on a number of factors. Extension resources are available to guide decisions.