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Even the best herbicide won’t be very effective if it doesn’t hit its target. Or if it does, it isn’t able to penetrate the waxy surface of the leaf to make sure that weed is elim...
As you prepare for spring, it’s a good idea to consider a spring burndown herbicide application if winter or spring annual weeds are a problem in your fields. Winter annuals, including mar...
Volunteer corn is more than just a nuisance in soybean fields. Left uncontrolled, it can lead to substantial yield losses and also serve as a host for corn rootworm larvae. In fact, a study by the ...
There is a lot to consider when choosing soybean traits. Once you decide, your management decisions will center around that selection for the rest of the season. From local conditions and herbicide...
The Enlist<sup><sup>®</sup></sup> weed control system is a popular choice for soybean growers. Enlist E3<sup><sup>®</sup></sup> soybeans have herbicide tolerance to 2,4-D choline, glyphosate and glufosinate offe...
Early-season weed control is <a href="https://www.winfieldunited.com/news-and-insights/5-essentials-to-help-improve-your-operation-in-2020">one of the five essentials</a> that can help you impro...
If you&rsquo;re looking for ways to get your sunflower crop off to a strong start, effective weed control is critical. Since sunflowers are often planted at lower populations than other crops an...
Choose adjuvants with research numbers that matter more than ever before. When choosing adjuvants, how do you know they&rsquo;ll do the job? &nbsp; The description o...
4 Steps to Optimizing Glyphosate Efficacy on Roundup Ready<sup><sup>®</sup></sup> CROPLAN<sup><sup>®</sup></sup> Canola Dennis Christie Agronomist Yukon, OK &nbsp;<br...
Delays in getting 2019 crops out of the field will mean a tighter gap between harvest and 2020 planting in many areas of the country. Here are some tips to help you effectively manage your time ...