The corn and soybean planting season has been compressed significantly due to the frequent rain showers received during late April and May. Many growers across Indiana were rushing to get […]
With the wet weather we have experienced this spring, stressed crops and herbicide injury are always a possibility, particularly in corn from PRE applications. The primary ALS inhibitor corn herbicides […]
Weather permitting, this week will be the start of the early POST applications in cotton. These applications are often critical to not only curtail weed competition but to combat thrips […]
Georgia: 4 Weed Management Considerations May 12, 2022
Here are a couple of things to think about based upon recent phone calls/texts and observations from some of my current research projects.
Weed scientists are warning that persistent drought in the northern Midwest in 2021 may have left behind more than just shriveled yields. Herbicides might also be lurking in the soils, […]
In the Florida Panhandle, peanut is the major crop that is grown in close proximity to cotton and soybeans. As such, there is potential for peanut plants to be exposed […]
Tempers are running hot this year, as dicamba injury surfaces for a fifth year and EPA seeks to evaluate the success of the 2020 dicamba labels.
Rice: Research Quantifies Effects of Paraquat Drift Jul 22, 2021
Researchers are learning how to manage rice fields when paraquat drifts onto them early and late in the season, but what impact this herbicide has on grain quality and what […]
Fashions come and go, but really, stripes have never suited corn plants well. Those unattractive yellow-white streaks on a corn leaf are seldom good news. At their worst, they signal […]
Few farmers enjoy working outside when temperatures soar into the 90s or higher — and they aren’t alone. Herbicides, weeds and crops all perform differently in high heat — generally […]