Here’s quick look at weed control strategies and their cost.
Recognizing the presence of herbicide-resistant weeds and formulating a total management plan is becoming more important than ever.
Beyond the possibility of resistance developing, ineffective control exacts cost to growers in lost yield.
Sophisticated tank mixes, multiple adjuvants and surfactants — this is the future of herbicide application.
There are lessons to be learned for the Midwest from the places where Palmer amaranth resistance to glyphosate first emerged.
As resistant weeds become more common in crop fields across the country, the entire agricultural community is scrambling to keep pace.
Syngenta is accepting Resistance Fighter of the Year award nominations through September 13, 2013. Eligible nominees include accredited farm managers, crop consultants, retailers and county extension agents.
Growers have increasingly been looking for options to control marestail after crop emergence, says a University of Illinois Extension specialist.
Jill Scheidt, agronomy specialist with University of Missouri Extension in Barton County, scouted area fields to prepare this week’s field scouting report. Scheidt says wheat is in the soft dough stage and diseases are present, but it is too late to spray for them. “It usually takes four weeks after flowering for wheat to be
A new publication on Palmer amaranth, one of the most aggressive weeds to compete with crops, is now available for free through Purdue Extension’s The Education Store. Palmer Amaranth Biology, Identification and Management was created by Purdue Extension weed scientists Bill Johnson and Travis Legleiter in an effort to curb the weed’s expansion to the