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No One Reason for “Frustrating” Dicamba Issue

July 18, 2017

Tennessee Weed Specialist Larry Steckel has walked hundreds of drift-damaged soybean fields in the past few weeks. He shares some opinions about possible reasons for the problem.

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Cooperation, Preparation Are Keys to Ag Sustainability

May 5, 2017

Georgia’s Stanley Culpepper outlines the training efforts for auxin herbicides in the state and praises the people who make it all work.

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Research: Some Applicator Hoses Can Retain Auxin Residues

April 19, 2017

According to research in the journal Weed Science, residues of the auxin herbicides dicamba and 2,4-D can be retained by certain types of applicator hoses and injure sensitive crops.

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Managing Target Spot in Soybeans

April 12, 2017

Following a troublesome infestation of target spot in soybeans in 2016, there are several things that growers need to keep in mind for managing the disease in 2017.

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Soybean Oil Used to Develop High Tech Graphene

March 20, 2017

A team of Australian scientists has used soybean oil to make graphene – the strongest and thinnest type of carbon with good electrical conductivity.

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Pigposium III: Getting Off the “Resistance Treadmill”

March 7, 2017

Nearly 300 attendees at the University of Arkansas’ Pigposium III heard options to help them beat the “resistance treadmill” when it comes to pigweed control.

Crowding Out Weeds

February 24, 2017

Arkansas soybean specialist says narrowing your rows can have a big impact on weed control.

Control Italian Ryegrass Early

January 25, 2017

An early winter burndown for glyphosate-resistant Italian ryegrass can provide growers time and flexibility in deciding how to control escapes prior to planting.

Bayer, MS Technologies Get China Approval for Balance GT Soybeans

January 25, 2017

Bayer and MS Technologies have received import approval from China for Balance GT soybeans.

Cotton/Soybean Rotation Reminders

January 9, 2017

When rotating soybeans onto cotton acres, growers should keep the need for seed inoculation, as well as a close eye on weed control options, in mind.

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Opinion

No One Reason for “Frustrating” Dicamba Issue

July 18, 2017

Tennessee Weed Specialist Larry Steckel has walked hundreds of drift-damaged soybean fields in the past few weeks. He shares some opinions about possible reasons for the problem.

Soybeans

Tips to Prevent Dicamba Drift

June 15, 2017

In a video presentation, Tennessee Weed Specialist Larry Steckel discusses three actions to help reduce dicamba drift and volatilization.

Soybeans

Dicamba Damage Reports Increasing in Arkansas

June 12, 2017

Forty complaints from off-target movement of dicamba have already been reported to the Arkansas State Plant Board, as of June 12.

Soybeans

Cooperation, Preparation Are Keys to Ag Sustainability

May 5, 2017

Georgia’s Stanley Culpepper outlines the training efforts for auxin herbicides in the state and praises the people who make it all work.

Soybeans

Research: Some Applicator Hoses Can Retain Auxin Residues

April 19, 2017

According to research in the journal Weed Science, residues of the auxin herbicides dicamba and 2,4-D can be retained by certain types of applicator hoses and injure sensitive crops.

Soybeans

Managing Target Spot in Soybeans

April 12, 2017

Following a troublesome infestation of target spot in soybeans in 2016, there are several things that growers need to keep in mind for managing the disease in 2017.

Soybeans

Soybean Oil Used to Develop High Tech Graphene

March 20, 2017

A team of Australian scientists has used soybean oil to make graphene – the strongest and thinnest type of carbon with good electrical conductivity.

Soybeans

Pigposium III: Getting Off the “Resistance Treadmill”

March 7, 2017

Nearly 300 attendees at the University of Arkansas’ Pigposium III heard options to help them beat the “resistance treadmill” when it comes to pigweed control.

Soybeans

Crowding Out Weeds

February 24, 2017

Arkansas soybean specialist says narrowing your rows can have a big impact on weed control.

Soybeans

Control Italian Ryegrass Early

January 25, 2017

An early winter burndown for glyphosate-resistant Italian ryegrass can provide growers time and flexibility in deciding how to control escapes prior to planting.

Soybeans

Bayer, MS Technologies Get China Approval for Balance GT Soybeans

January 25, 2017

Bayer and MS Technologies have received import approval from China for Balance GT soybeans.