Following some rough years, ag retailers are apparently having an easier time applying dicamba these days.
Because of all the disruptive field conditions caused by 2019, in-field management for corn will be a bit trickier than normal this year, say experts.
With most court cases at a standstill because of COVID-19, there is still some news to share on the popular herbicide.
With delayed plantings/applications occurring during 2019, many weed analysts foresee plenty of potential trouble with herbicide-resistant varieties in 2020.
Approval by EPA enables growers more flexibility in crop protection decisions for 2020.
Growers and retailers will now have a new mode of action for soybeans and another tool to fight weeds in their fields when planting LibertyLink GT27 soybeans.
Registration of the use of isoxaflutole on genetically engineered soybeans will provide soybean farmers with a new tool to control herbicide-resistant weeds.
Nutrien Ag Solutions is positioning itself for long-term stability and growth by taking fullest possible advantage of its position as the farmer’s trusted adviser.
The collaboration will provide farmers with agronomic expertise to help promote best practices for on-farm eradication of pigweed.
All eyes are on Illinois to bring drift complaint numbers down. Meanwhile, pesticide applicators are the target of a new bill.
Empyros for corn and Antares Complete for soybeans are pre-emergence herbicides designed to manage weed threats earlier when valuable resources are at stake.
With plenty of product in the tanks, retailers aim to manage the myriad weed control systems in 2020.
Two different agencies call for appeals court to reverse lower court decision against herbicide.
These products are complementary tank-mix partners for a variety of primary herbicides used in the U.S agricultural market.
WinField United research has found a combination of tank mix products that considerably reduces driftable fines and helps spray applications land as intended.