Arysta LifeScience North America recommends PRE-PARE Burndown Herbicide for effective brome management in winter wheat.
There was a time, a bit longer than a generation ago, when helping growers with their high-value crops […]
BASF suggests a post-emergence herbicide with residual control before weeds reach four inches in height as the best way to tackle tough to control weeds after they have emerged.
Within the Acuron signature, four inverted triangles adjoin to create a star. Each triangle represents the herbicide’s four active ingredients, including new bicyclopyrone.
Many herbicides are still safe for farmers to use after corn has emerged so long as they pay close attention to product selection and application timing, according to Purdue Extension weed scientists.
Farmers still have a fighting chance to stop Palmer Amaranth, a tough yield-robbing weed, from spreading in Iowa.
Typically, soil-applied herbicides control target weed species with little to no adverse effect on the crop. However, there are some factors that can contribute to herbicide-induced soybean injury.
The Weed Science Society of America (WSSA) has announced plans for a second national scientific summit on the topic of herbicide resistance in Washington, DC, in September.
Field studies show that a fall application of certain herbicides before weed emergence, leads to more successful crop planting and weed control in spring.
Dow AgroSciences has received Chinese registration of Arylex active, the first registration of this low-use rate herbicide.
Palmer amaranth has prolific seed production, rapid dispersal, and high competitiveness with crops, making herbicide-resistant strains difficult to control.
Becoming more familiar with the growth rate of Palmer amaranth will help weed management practitioners make timely applications of foliar-applied herbicides.
EPA has announced its intention to register Enlist Duo for use in Iowa, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, South Dakota and Wisconsin, and is seeking comment from growers and others on the new technology.
Three out of four growers who participated in a recent BASF survey suspect that glyphosate resistance is a cause of tough-to-control weeds.
When aphids and weeds start showing up in area wheat and corn fields, farmers need to consider the […]
Weed identification is an essential component to successful scouting, which is more true than ever say weed science experts.
Featuring three modes of action, Trivence helps preserve the efficacy of existing herbicide options when used in a strategic weed-control program.
The Ohio Woodland Stewards Program has created a poster and app to help spot the kudzu vine, the so-called “plant that ate the South.”
The University of Illinois weed science program has developed recommendations for effective management of Palmer amaranth in agronomic crops.
Not only is the amount of money being spent to control these yield robbers high, but the toll it has taken on the human population is growing lager by the day.