Tractor speed, GPA, nozzle type, pressure, boom height, and chemicals applied are all interacting to partially determine the effectiveness of herbicide applications. Herbicide rate, timing and environmental conditions before and after application...
On a farm in Western Australia March 2, an Australian team completed 6,515.86 acres of summer spraying in a nonstop 24-hour, record-breaking marathon.
Practicing good stewardship with new herbicide tolerant technology will be crucial to preserving effective products for years to come. "Follow the label," advise crop specialists.
South Texas Farm and Ranch Show Oct. 19-20
Farm Show expected to attract large attendance
Preventive approach recommended for disease control in wheat. Effective and economical control is available. Now is the time to initiate spray program.
In 1962, one farmer fed 25.8 persons. In the 50 years since, he has taken on considerably more responsibility and now feeds 155. 50 years of change mean farmers can produce more food and fiber on fewer acres and with fewer nutrient inputs.
South Texas cotton farmers battling pests
Late crop creates problems
Bollworms, Lygus and whiteflies identified
Insect pests are concern for south Texas cotton producers
Cotton aphids are on the prowl
Watching for whiteflies