University of Arkansas Extension Weed Specialist Bob Scott discussed weed management practices for soybeans with triple stacked herbicide traits at the recent NE Research & Extension Center Field Day.
From trials conducted in the Southeastern CottonBelt and grower observations in Texas, there can be varying levels of crop injury from glufosinate when applied to new herbicide tolerant trait varieties.
RiceTec and Adama announced their collaboration today to develop herbicide tolerance systems in rice. The two innovative companies will work together on new weed control solutions in rice that will continue […]
The Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service and the Texas Plant Protection Association have collaborated on a Flag the Technology program that identifies crop fields sensitive to certain herbicides. With two […]
2015 will be a tough year to beat for the sorghum industry. Farmers planted 8.5 million acres of the grain, which was valued at a near-record high of $1.97 billion, […]
In the 20 years since their commercial introduction, genetically engineered (GE) seeds have become increasingly common in U.S. agriculture. Herbicide-tolerant (HT) crops were developed to survive the application of certain […]
Heavy rains in south Texas this year highlighted sorghum production’s weedy weak link. “All our pre-emergence weed control got thrown out the window this year with the rain,” said Robstown, […]
The UK Extension Weed Science Group is conducting a Weed Science Training from 9 am – 3 pm. Two locations will be offered – June 23, 2015 at the UK […]
RiceTec will hold its annual Arkansas Field Day on August 14 beginning at 4:00 pm at their Harrisburg, AR Business Center. Arkansas Congressman Rick Crawford will be on hand to […]