As producers get ready for the bustle of fall, they should still be scouting range and pasture lands for weeds.
Mild weather with decent rains can lead to continued emergence of weeds late into the fall.
Giant ragweed’s characteristics make it difficult to consistently control with single applications of PRE or POST herbicides, or multiple applications of herbicides with the same mode of action. The most effective her
Amvac Chemical Corporation announces the closing of its acquisition of three new products to its portfolio – abamectin insecticide, chlorothalonil fungicideand paraquat herbicide for the US business. All three product
Last summer, farmers in the Midwest got an unwelcome surprise after planting native seed on Conservation Reserve Program acres. Palmer amaranth, the aggressive and hard-to-kill weed, had established in droves. As a poss
A. S. Culpepper, A. C. York, J. Kichler, and J. Smith with the University of Georgia prepared a circular on controlling glyphosate-resistant palmer amaranth in the Roundup and Liberty Link systems. See their recommendat
I have already received a few calls about herbicide options for killing out poor stands of Roundup Ready and/or stacked Roundup Ready/Liberty Link corn, and I expect there will be more whenever things dry out. We conduc
Controlling weeds is becoming increasingly difficult. Success requires a multipronged strategy that keeps weeds at bay during the growing season and limits their ability to pressure fields in coming years.
When weather delays burndown, Spitfire (20 oz) is the only dicamba with an optional 7 day pre-plant interval between spraying and planting. For all other dicambas the wait is 14 days or more. Countdown to planting begin