Proper sprayer cleanout is one important way farmers can work to avoid crop injury from herbicides they’ve applied to other fields.
Luke Liechty is dedicated to improving the productivity on his family’s Berne, Indiana, farm now and for the future. Read more about why he’s using the Enlist™ system.
Don’t spray when the wind is unfavorable: Watch the weather and follow the label for effective and successful herbicide applications.
A perfectly calm day may not be a perfect day for a herbicide application. A temperature inversion can cause drift that may damage neighboring crops, lawns and gardens. Learn more.
Before taking the sprayer to the field, take time to check it over thoroughly. Ensure accurate and effective on-target application.
Take the complication out of weed control. Be proactive, use multiple herbicide modes of action and stay focused. Read more.
Weeds are clever, especially when it comes to developing resistance. Include multiple herbicide modes of action in your weed management plan.