UPL Announces Partnership With The Univ Of Arkansas To Commercialize Seed Treatment Jul 25, 2023

    🕔Jul 25, 2023
    Cary, NC, – UPL Ltd. (NSE: UPL & BSE: 512070 LSE: UPLL) (‘UPL’) a global provider of sustainable agricultural solutions, has announced a new agreement with the University of Arkansas […]

    What’s New for Agronomic Weed Control in 2023 Jan 5, 2023

    🕔Jan 5, 2023
    Product/Label/Pipeline Updates And News Items As in the recent past, there are no new herbicide products with unique modes of action that will be registered for use in our area […]

    Don’t Get Caught Under Too Much Mistletoe Dec 21, 2022

    🕔Dec 21, 2022
    While a sprig of mistletoe hung from the ceiling for sweethearts to kiss under is a sweet tradition, too much mistletoe hanging from your trees can lead to trouble later. […]

    2023 Looks Like a Tough Year to Control Weeds Nov 29, 2022

    🕔Nov 29, 2022
    Dry conditions crippled many farmers’ weed-control efforts in corn and soybeans this past season. If that describes your situation, agronomists say plan now to address weeds and limit their impact […]

    Broomsedge Bluestem– Obvious In The Landscape In The Fall And Winter Nov 23, 2022

    🕔Nov 23, 2022
    Yesterday I traveled from West Lafayette to the Southern Indiana Purdue Agricultural Center which is in Dubois County. Along the way it was easy to see the beige-bronze warm-season perennial […]

    Minnesota: Got weeds in your beans? You’re not alone Sep 7, 2021

    🕔Sep 7, 2021
    It’s been a memorable year for Minnesota soybean producers, but mostly for the wrong reasons. Dry conditions were problematic most of the year. Soybean emergence was affected by dry soil […]

    Arkansas: As Dicamba’s Future Shifts, National Agricultural Law Center Keeps Growers Apprised Nov 27, 2020

    🕔Nov 27, 2020
    There are a handful of things in life one can control, and a few others that one can, at least, anticipate. And then, there’s the ultimate fate of dicamba.

    Pennsylvania: Worst Weeds Can Move with the Combine Sep 18, 2020

    🕔Sep 18, 2020
    An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure when it comes to weed management—especially for herbicide resistant weeds. Resistant weeds cause significant yield loss and increased production costs […]

    Iowa: Management of Volunteer Corn in Fields Affected from Derecho Sep 4, 2020

    🕔Sep 4, 2020
    Downed corn from the August 10 Derecho, which affected millions of acres in Iowa, will contribute to significant volunteer corn populations in crop fields in 2021. Volunteer corn ranging from […]

    Pennsylvania: Stop Weed Seed Set, Burndown Options Before Cover Crops Aug 7, 2020

    🕔Aug 7, 2020
    Now is the time to think about controlling summer annual weeds prior to seed set in cropping situations where this is possible. Preventing seed production is important for driving down […]


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