This weed is well equipped to resist PPO-inhibitor (Group 14) herbicides.
Low volatility is not synonymous to no volatility in new dicamba formulations, says Aaron Hager with the University of Illinois.
If you want to worry about a disease, factors like hot temperatures and hurricane remnants favor the development of Southern rust.
If you’ve held off changing corn maturities, reconsider.
One bright spot of late planting is less potential for damage by nematodes and sudden death syndrome (SDS).
Dicamba application is prohibited when the wind blows toward adjacent residential areas.
A better bet are fluctuating temperatures, which can negatively affect some crop diseases.
Fields in counties that may harbor some endangered species plants onto which dicamba is applied will require an in-field 57-foot omnidirectional buffer.
University of Illinois study explains waterhemp’s metabolic resistance to topramezone, an HPPD-inhibitor herbicide.
Until more is studied about this disease’s epidemiology, optimum fungicide timing for tar spot is unknown