At this stage of the growing season, weed control involves three important factors: weed size and health at the time of herbicide application, tank-mix partners and the presence or absence of herbicide resistant weeds.
“These approvals will allow producers who operate in multiple states to attend one training to satisfy the regulatory requirements of the new technologies,” said Dr. Scott Nolte, AgriLife Extension state weed specialist in College Station.
Now is a good time to calibrate equipment and reflect on the previous year’s weed and pest insect issues to apply successful treatments to warm-season pastures, said Dr. Vanessa Corriher-Olson, AgriLife Extension forage specialist, Overton.
Application tips from university weed scientists to help you retain the effectiveness of these important materials.
‘Focus on Cotton’ webcast outlines proper cleaning procedures for sprayer systems
Nebraska Extension weed scientist explains the ins and outs of the herbicide.
“It’s going to take more time and effort, but as long as we can keep this technology where we can get it, then we need to do what we can," says cotton grower Tim Miller.
"As a cotton producer organization serving 41 counties where growers usually produce about two-thirds of the state's cotton crop, we appreciate this team for directly meeting the needs of our growers," said Steve Verett, Plains Cotton Growers, Inc...
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