Institute of Ag Professionals

Save this PDF as:
 WORD  PNG  TXT  JPG

Size: px
Start display at page:

Download "Institute of Ag Professionals"

Transcription

1 Institute of Ag Professionals Proceedings of the 2015 Research Updates for Ag Professionals Do not reproduce or redistribute without the written consent of author(s).

2 Small Grain Weed Control 2014 Beverly R. Durgan Extension Weed Scientist Agricultural Professional Update January Regents of the University of Minnesota. All rights reserved.

3 Weed Management Handouts in Folders Durgan Weed Management in Small Grains powerpoint Gunsolus Weed Management in 2015 powerpoint Recording will be available on-line (55 mins) 2014 Soybean Weed Management Results 2014 Corn Weed Management Results Pre/Post Herbicide Diversification Options for Corn Pre/Post Herbicide Diversification Options for Soybeans 2015 Soybean/Corn weed management site at Crookston 2

4 University of Minnesota Extension Weed Management Website Can be found at: Weed Research Results from

5 It is time to TAKE ACTION against herbicide-resistant weeds 4

6 PROGRESSION OF RESISTANCE OUR CURRENT SITUATION - MULTIPLE RESISTANCE Why these weeds? Cross-pollinated No fitness penalty Rapid turnover in seed bank SOA# s 2,4,5,9,14,27 SOA# s 2,9 SOA# s 2,5,9,14 SOA# s 2,4,5, Regents of the University of Minnesota. All rights reserved.

7 AUG. 2: 'SUPERWEEDS' EMERGE TO CHALLENGE FARMERS. Article by: Tom Meersman, Star Tribune Over 200 comments on the article how many were positive on agriculture? 2012 Regents of the University of Minnesota. All rights reserved. 6

8 2014 HOUSE ENVIRONMENT, NATURAL RESOURCES AND AGRICULTURE FINANCE COMMITTEE: Herbicide Resistant Weeds Jeff Gunsolus Agenda: Roundup Ready Resistance Invasive Species 2012 Regents of the University of Minnesota. All rights reserved. 7

9 INTEGRATED WEED MANAGEMENT IS MORE THAT INTEGRATED HERBICIDE MANAGEMENT Herbicide Inputs Move away from Total Post & One-Pass Post with delayed PRE Start with a PRE Post target max. of 3-inch weeds Weed Management Crop Rotation Goal is to reduce the seed bank Cultural Control Inter-row cultivation Increase crop seeding rate Work fields closer to planting date Delay planting if targeting early-emerging weeds Develop weed maps Crop Competition Via Crop Rotation Focus on earlyseason weed control Narrow rows Regents of the University of Minnesota. All rights reserved.

10 Resources of Potential Interest: Univ. of MN Extension Crops Web Site - Note Take Action and You Tube CPM Short Course Proceedings Note Take Control of weed management... and Know your weeds: exploiting seed-bank depletion 2014 section of Research Report Regents of the University of Minnesota. All rights reserved. The University of Minnesota is an equal opportunity educator and employer. In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, this PowerPoint is available in alternative formats upon request. Direct requests to the Extension Store at

11 2014 Research Results Crookston - Wild oat control - Foxtail Control - Broadleaf weed control - Variety tolerance to postemergence grass herbicides - Glyphosate Drift on Wheat 2011 Regents of the University of Minnesota. All rights reserved. 10

12 Grass Control in Small Grains ACCase (Group 1): Axial Star: Axial XL: Foxfire: pinoxaden* + fluroxypyr pinoxaden* + adjuvant pinoxaden* + fenoxaprop* + cloquintocet safener Wolverine: fenoxaprop* + bromoxynil + pyrasulfotole + safener 11

13 ALS (Group 2): Grass Control in Small Grains Everest 2.0/Sierra: Raze: GoldSky: RimFire Max: Huskie Complete: Varro: flucarbazone* + safener flucarbazone* +fluroxypry + safener pyroxsulam* + florasulam* +fluroxypyr mesosulfuron* + propoxycarbazone + safener bromoxynil + pyrasulfotole + thiencarbazone* + mefenpyr safener thiencarbazone* + mefenpyr safener 12

14 Resistance Management Herbicide Crop Tolerance Weed Resistance (MOA) Axial Star G (wheat/barley) Yes Axial XL G (wheat/barley) Yes Wolverine G (wheat/barley) Yes Firefox G (wheat/barley) Yes Everest 2.0 G-F (wheat) Yes Sierra G-F (wheat) Yes Raze G-F (wheat) Yes Rimfire Max G-F (wheat) Yes GoldSky G-F (wheat) Yes Huskie Complete G-F (wheat)? Varro G-F (wheat)? 2011 Regents of the University of Minnesota. All rights reserved. 13

15 2014 Results NWROC Crookston: - Seeded on May 17, 2014 (10 days later than 2013) - RB07 HRSW - 3 reps Application Dates: - May 28 1 lf wild oat - June lf wild oat - June leaf wild oat Wild oat population 188/sq ft 14

16 May 28: 1 leaf wioa June 3: 3-4 leaf wioa June 13: 5-6 leaf wioa

17 Wild Oat Weedy Check

18 2014 Results NWROC Crookston: Good wild oat pressure Crop Injury - very little early season injury - Goldsky - Everest Rimfire Max - Huskie Complete - Varro 17

19 Wild oat control at various herbicide application times in spring wheat. Crookston Rate % Wheat Injury % Wioa Control Wheat Yield Treatment (product/a) 6/13 7/10 7/30 (bu/a) 1 leaf wild oat (May 28) Everest Widematch + Audit 1: oz + 1 pt oz Preference + AMS 3.2 oz pt Everest Widematch + Audit 1:1 + 1 oz + 1 pt oz Preference + AMS 3.2 oz pt Everest Widematch + MCPA + 1 oz + 1 pt pt Preference + AMS 3.2 oz pt Goldsky + Preference + AMS 1 pt oz pt Varro + Widematch + MCPA oz + 1 pt pt Preference + AMS 3.2 oz pt Rimfire Max + Destiny HC 3 oz pt Axial XL 16.4 oz Wolverine Advanced 27.4 oz Weedy Check LSD (0.05) ns ns

20 Wild oat control at various herbicide application times in spring wheat. Crookston Rate % Wheat Injury % Wioa Control Wheat Yield Treatment (product/a) 6/13 7/10 7/30 (bu/a) 3-4 leaf wild oat (June 3) Everest Widematch + Audit 1: oz + 1 pt oz Preference + AMS 3.2 oz pt Everest Widematch + Audit 1:1 + 1 oz + 1 pt oz Preference + AMS 3.2 oz pt Everest Widematch + MCPA + 1 oz + 1 pt pt Preference + AMS 3.2 oz pt Goldsky + Preference + AMS 1 pt oz pt Varro + Widematch + MCPA oz + 1 pt pt Preference + AMS 3.2 oz pt Rimfire Max + Destiny HC 3 oz pt Axial XL 16.4 oz Wolverine Advanced 27.4 oz Huskie Complete 13.7 oz Weedy Check LSD (0.05) ns ns

21 Wild oat control at various herbicide application times in spring wheat. Crookston Rate % Wheat Injury % Wioa Control Wheat Yield Treatment (product/a) 6/13 7/10 7/30 (bu/a) 5-6 leaf wild oat (June 13) Everest Widematch + Audit 1: oz + 1 pt oz Preference + AMS 3.2 oz pt Everest Widematch + Audit 1:1 + 1 oz + 1 pt oz Preference + AMS 3.2 oz pt Everest Widematch + MCPA + 1 oz + 1 pt pt Preference + AMS 3.2 oz pt Goldsky + Preference + AMS 1 pt oz pt Varro + Widematch + MCPA oz + 1 pt pt Preference + AMS 3.2 oz pt Rimfire Max + Destiny HC 3 oz pt Axial XL 16.4 oz Wolverine Advanced 27.4 oz Huskie Complete 13.7 oz Weedy Check LSD (0.05) ns ns

22

23

24

25

26

27 Wild oat control with Everest 2.0 and Varro in spring wheat. Crookston Rate % Wheat Injury % Wioa Control Wheat Yield Treatment (product/a) 6/27 7/10 7/30 (bu/a) 3-4 leaf wild oat (June 3) Everest oz Everest Bison 1 oz + 1 pt Everest Bison + 1 oz + 1 pt Preference + Interlock 3.2 oz oz Everest Carnivore 1 oz pt Everest Carnivore + 1 oz pt Preference + Interlock 3.2 oz oz Everest Weld 1 oz pt Everest Weld + 1 oz pt Preference + Interlock 3.2 oz oz Varro 6.85 oz Varro+ Bison 6.85 oz + 1 pt Varro + Bison oz + 1 pt Preference + Interlock 3.2 oz oz Varro + Carnivore 6.85 oz pt Varro + Carnivore oz pt Preference + Interlock 3.2 oz oz Varro + Weld pt Varro + Weld + 1 oz pt Preference + Interlock 3.2 oz oz Weedy Check LSD (0.05) - ns

28 Foxtail and Control in Spring Wheat Beverly R. Durgan University of Minnesota

29 2014 Results UMORE Park - Rosemount: - Seeded on May 6, RB07 HRSW - 3 reps Application Dates - May 23: 1-2 lf foxtail - June 4: 3-4 lf foxtail Foxtail population low

30 May 23: 1 leaf foxtail June 4: 3-4 leaf foxtail

31 Foxtail control at various herbicide application times in spring wheat. Rosemount Rate % Wheat Injury % Foxt Control Treatment (product/a) 6/13 7/10 7/30 1 leaf foxtail (May 23) Everest Widematch + Audit 1: oz + 1 pt oz Preference + AMS 3.2 oz pt Everest Widematch + Audit 1:1 + 1 oz + 1 pt oz Preference + AMS 3.2 oz pt Everest Widematch + MCPA + 1 oz + 1 pt pt Preference + AMS 3.2 oz pt Goldsky + Preference + AMS 1 pt oz pt Varro + Widematch + MCPA oz + 1 pt pt Preference + AMS 3.2 oz pt Rimfire Max + Destiny HC 3 oz pt Axial XL 16.4 oz Wolverine Advanced 27.4 oz Weedy Check LSD (0.05) ns ns 10

32 Foxtail control at various herbicide application times in spring wheat. Rosemount Rate % Wheat Injury % Foxt Control Treatment (product/a) 6/13 7/10 7/ leaf foxtail (June 4) Everest Widematch + Audit 1: oz + 1 pt oz Preference + AMS 3.2 oz pt Everest Widematch + Audit 1:1 + 1 oz + 1 pt oz Preference + AMS 3.2 oz pt Everest Widematch + MCPA + 1 oz + 1 pt pt Preference + AMS 3.2 oz pt Goldsky + Preference + AMS 1 pt oz pt Varro + Widematch + MCPA oz + 1 pt pt Preference + AMS 3.2 oz pt Rimfire Max + Destiny HC 3 oz pt Axial XL 16.4 oz Wolverine Advanced 27.4 oz Weedy Check LSD (0.05) ns ns 10

33 Broadleaf weed control

34 2014 Results NWROC Crookston: Broadleaf weeds Common lambsquarters Common mallow Nightflowering catchfly Redroot pigweed Wild buckwheat Wild mustard 5/ft sq 21/ft sq 2/ft sq 15/ft sq 10/ft sq 10/ft sq Wheat stage: 2-4 leaf Applications: June 9 33

35

36 Broadleaf Weed Control in Spring Wheat at Crookston, MN Rate % Control (7/30) Wheat injury Wheat Yield Treatment (6/9) (product/a) nfcf wibu wimu ( 7/30) (bu/a) Huskie + N-Pak AMS 11 oz pt Huskie + N-Pak AMS 13.5 oz pt Huskie Complete + AMS 13.7 oz pt Wolverine Advanced 27.4 oz Widematch + MCPA 1 pt pt Affinity TankMix + Starane Ultra 0.6 oz oz Preference oz Starane Flex 13.5 oz Weedy Check LSD ns 35

37 Variety Tolerance to Postemergence Herbicides Locations: Crookston and Rosemount Wheat Varieties: Forefront Linkert Rollag LCS Lguacu RB-07 SY-Soren Herbicides: Rates: Application: Huskie Complete Rimfire Max Everest 2.0 GoldSky 1X Labeled rate 1.5X labeled rate 2X labeled rate June 18 to 5 leaf wheat 36

38 Wheat Response to Postemergence Herbicides at Crookston 2 weeks after application Herbicide 1X Rate % Injury 1.5 X Rate % Injury 2X Rate % Injury Everest GoldSky Rimfire Max Huskie Complete

39 Wheat Response to Postemergence Herbicides at Crookston At wheat heading Herbicide 1X Rate % Injury 1.5 X Rate % Injury 2X Rate % Injury Everest GoldSky Rimfire Max Huskie Complete 0 0 0

40 Variety Tolerance to Postemergence Herbicides Factoring Affecting Crop Injury: Weather Variety Time of application Herbicide Herbicide Rate 2015: Herbicides? Timing? Rates? Tank mixes

41 Wheat Response to Glyphosate Drift 2011 Regents of the University of Minnesota. All rights reserved. 40

42 Roundup Powermax injury to Spring Wheat Location: Wheat Varieties: Crookston RB07 Herbicides: Rate: Roundup PowerMax 2, 4 and 8 oz of product/a Application: 3 leaf stage Tillering Boot stage Flagleaf Heading Residue Testing: Collected a week after 41

43 Wheat Response to Roundup Max Drift Yield reduction at all application times (except the 3 leaf application) compared to the untreated check. Wheat yield decrease highest when drift occurred at tillering, boot stage and heading. Continue to look for a correlation between injury and residue testing Regents of the University of Minnesota. All rights reserved. 42

44 Small Grain Weed Control 2014 Beverly R. Durgan Extension Weed Scientist Agricultural Professional Update January Regents of the University of Minnesota. All rights reserved.

Comparison of Weed Management Strategies with Roundup Ready Corn. J. A. Ferrell and W. W. Witt

Comparison of Weed Management Strategies with Roundup Ready Corn. J. A. Ferrell and W. W. Witt Comparison of Weed Management Strategies with Roundup Ready Corn. J. A. Ferrell and W. W. Witt Introduction Corn weed management during the past several years in Kentucky has centered around two herbicide

More information

GRAIN SORGHUM. Preemergence

GRAIN SORGHUM. Preemergence Grain Sorghum 67 GRAIN SGHUM See page 23 for PRECAUTIONS on use of atrazine containing products near ground and surface water. See comments in the corn section for detailed information on each of the herbicides

More information

Weed Management in Corn Questions from Farmers. Peter H. Sikkema University of Guelph

Weed Management in Corn Questions from Farmers. Peter H. Sikkema University of Guelph Weed Management in Corn Questions from Farmers Peter H. Sikkema University of Guelph Question # 1 I was planning to plant soybeans next spring so I applied Guardian for perennial broadleaf weed control

More information

for Sweet Corn Joe Masabni UKREC Princeton, KY Joe Masabni

for Sweet Corn Joe Masabni UKREC Princeton, KY Joe Masabni Herbicide Recommendations for Sweet Corn UKREC Princeton, KY Preemergence Herbicides Aatrex 4L Rate: 1 2 qt / A PRE for annual grasses and broadleaves weed control Apply after planting but before weeds

More information

Soybean Marketing & Production College, Minneapolis, MN. isafarmnet.com

Soybean Marketing & Production College, Minneapolis, MN. isafarmnet.com Soybean Marketing & Production College, Minneapolis, MN Peter Kyveryga, Ph.D. Operations Manager of Analytics On-Farm Network, Iowa Soybean Association Technical Editor-Precision Agriculture of the Agronomy

More information

SUGGESTIONS WEED CONTROL

SUGGESTIONS WEED CONTROL B-5045 10-98 SUGGESTIONS FOR WEED CONTROL IN SORGHUM Texas Agricultural Extension Service Chester P. Fehlis, Deputy Director The Texas A&M University System College Station, Texas Suggestions for Weed

More information

WEED MANAGEMENT LEARNING OBJECTIVES

WEED MANAGEMENT LEARNING OBJECTIVES C 6 H A P TE R WEED MANAGEMENT LEARNING OBJECTIVES After completely studying this chapter, you should: Be able to define a weed and its four stages of development. Understand the differences between annual,

More information

Weed Control in Garlic, New York 2012 Summarized by Christy Hoepting, Cornell Cooperative Extension Vegetable Program

Weed Control in Garlic, New York 2012 Summarized by Christy Hoepting, Cornell Cooperative Extension Vegetable Program Weed Control in Garlic, New York 2012 Summarized by Christy Hoepting, Cornell Cooperative Extension Vegetable Program Organic Weed Control Options Straw mulch for frost protection and weed control Pros:

More information

This presentation provides an introduction to weed science and weed identification.

This presentation provides an introduction to weed science and weed identification. This presentation provides an introduction to weed science and weed identification. 1 There are many different definitions of a weed. The same plant can be considered a weed in one setting and beneficial

More information

Chemical Weed Control in Wheat, Barley, Oats, Rye, and Triticale

Chemical Weed Control in Wheat, Barley, Oats, Rye, and Triticale Chemical Weed Control in Wheat, Barley, Oats, Rye, and Triticale W. J. VRMA, Crop Science Department OT: A mode of action code has been added to the Herbicide and mulation column of this table. Use MOA

More information

Understanding the Risk of Herbicide Drift to

Understanding the Risk of Herbicide Drift to Understanding the Risk of Herbicide Drift to Horticultural l Crops UKREC Princeton, KY Definition of Drift Droplets containing the chemicals which are not deposited on the target area. Droplets < 150 μm

More information

Ecologically based weed management! Chuck Mohler! Cornell University!

Ecologically based weed management! Chuck Mohler! Cornell University! Ecologically based weed management! Chuck Mohler! Cornell University! Outline! Understanding weeds! Behavior of wandering perennials! Tillage and emergence cues! Life and death of weed seeds in the soil!

More information

EFFECT OF AVAIL ON CORN PRODUCTION IN MINNESOTA

EFFECT OF AVAIL ON CORN PRODUCTION IN MINNESOTA EFFECT OF AVAIL ON CORN PRODUCTION IN MINNESOTA Gyles Randall and Jeff Vetsch 1/ Diammonium phosphate (DAP) and monoammonium phosphate (MAP) fertilizers that have been coated with a shield that surrounds

More information

Optimum Yield Protection in Corn. Begins at emergence...

Optimum Yield Protection in Corn. Begins at emergence... Optimum Yield Protection in Corn Begins at emergence... New Research Revolutionizes the Importance As the demand for corn continues to rise, growers and others in the agricultural industry are constantly

More information

Herbicide Options for Daylily Production and Landscape Care

Herbicide Options for Daylily Production and Landscape Care Herbicide Options for Daylily Production and Landscape Care By: Drs. Darren K. Robinson 1, Stephen Garton 2, William Klingeman 3 and Gary McDaniel 4 Department of Plant Sciences, The University of Tennessee

More information

Trimec Lawn Weed Killer is a herbicide that controls more than 230 listed broadleaf weeds in cool- and warm-season lawns.

Trimec Lawn Weed Killer is a herbicide that controls more than 230 listed broadleaf weeds in cool- and warm-season lawns. Trimec Lawn Weed Killer (#2217-539) Trimec Lawn Weed Killer is a herbicide that controls more than 230 listed broadleaf weeds in cool- and warm-season lawns. 2. What is the application rate? Rates may

More information

Crop Water Use & Rooting Depth - Crop Rotation for a Dry Cycle. Joel Ransom NDSU Extension Agronomist

Crop Water Use & Rooting Depth - Crop Rotation for a Dry Cycle. Joel Ransom NDSU Extension Agronomist Crop Water Use & Rooting Depth - Crop Rotation for a Dry Cycle Joel Ransom Extension Agronomist Presentation overview Topics to be covered: Crop water requirements Soil water holding capacity Rooting

More information

Dr. Keith D. Burnell, Syngenta Agronomic Service Representative, LA

Dr. Keith D. Burnell, Syngenta Agronomic Service Representative, LA Emerging Technologies LATMC Acuron, BroadAxe, Quadris Top SBX, Trivapro Dr. Keith D. Burnell, Syngenta Agronomic Service Representative, LA 2014 Syngenta. Important: Always read and follow label instructions.

More information

Strawberry Production Basics: Matted Row

Strawberry Production Basics: Matted Row Strawberry Production Basics: Matted Row David T. Handley, Vegetable and Small Fruits Specialist University of Maine Cooperative Extension Highmoor Farm, P.O. Box 179, Monmouth, Maine 04259 (207) 933-2100

More information

2013 South Dakota Grain Sorghum Hybrid Trial Results

2013 South Dakota Grain Sorghum Hybrid Trial Results 2013 South Dakota Grain Sorghum Hybrid Trial Results Nathan Mueller SDSU Agronomy Specialist, Brookings Christopher Graham SDSU Extension Agronomist, Rapid City Bruce Swan Ag Research Manager/Specialist,

More information

for Tomato Joe Masabni UKREC Princeton, KY Joe Masabni

for Tomato Joe Masabni UKREC Princeton, KY Joe Masabni Herbicide Recommendations for Tomato UKREC Princeton, KY Preemergence Herbicides Dacthal 6F Rate: 8 14 pt / A PRE for control of annual grasses and smallseeded broadleaves Over the top application 4 6

More information

Influence of Various Cover Crop Species on Winter and Summer Annual Weed Emergence

Influence of Various Cover Crop Species on Winter and Summer Annual Weed Emergence Influence of Various Cover Crop Species on Winter and Summer Annual Weed Emergence From a weed scientist s perspective 1. We must be able to effectively kill whatever cover crop species we are planting.

More information

For: Post-emergence control of certain grasses and broadleaf weeds in winter wheat and spring wheat (including durum)

For: Post-emergence control of certain grasses and broadleaf weeds in winter wheat and spring wheat (including durum) Net Contents: 2.14 Gallons For: Post-emergence control of certain grasses and broadleaf weeds in winter wheat and spring wheat (including durum) ACTIVE INGREDIENT: Thiencarbazone-methyl (Methyl 4-[[[(4,5-dihydro-

More information

STAPLE EASY, FLEXIBLE CONTROL OF WEEDS IN COTTON.

STAPLE EASY, FLEXIBLE CONTROL OF WEEDS IN COTTON. STAPLE EASY, FLEXIBLE CONTROL OF WEEDS IN COTTON. STAPLE. THE EASIEST WEED CONTROL SOLUTION. NOTHING ELSE IS AS EASY. Staple is the proven over the top cotton herbicide that controls problem weeds in cotton

More information

PRODUCT INFORMATION. A single pass liquid postemergence herbicide for control of grass weeds in wheat (including Durum)

PRODUCT INFORMATION. A single pass liquid postemergence herbicide for control of grass weeds in wheat (including Durum) PRODUCT INFORMATION Syngenta Crop Protection, Inc. Greensboro, NC 27409 www.syngenta-us.com SUPPLEMENTAL LABEL FOR DISCOVER HERBICIDE EPA Reg. No. 100-907 A single pass liquid postemergence herbicide for

More information

Pre-Emergent Weed Control In Landscape Situations. Al Borgen Wilbur-Ellis Company Wilsonville, Oregon

Pre-Emergent Weed Control In Landscape Situations. Al Borgen Wilbur-Ellis Company Wilsonville, Oregon Pre-Emergent Weed Control In Landscape Situations Al Borgen Wilbur-Ellis Company Wilsonville, Oregon Factors Affecting Good Control Water Quality Timing of Application Age of Spray Material Site Considerations

More information

Institute of Ag Professionals

Institute of Ag Professionals Institute of Ag Professionals Proceedings of the 2014 Crop Pest Management Shortcourse & Minnesota Crop Production Retailers Association Trade Show www.extension.umn.edu/agprofessionals Do not reproduce

More information

Weed Control in Field Corn with Postemergence Herbicides

Weed Control in Field Corn with Postemergence Herbicides Weed Control in Field Corn with Postemergence Herbicides N EW MEX U N ICO STA E I V E R SI T Y T Agricultural Experiment Station Research Report 709 College of Agriculture and Home Economics ABSTRACT A

More information

1. What plant types and physical characteristics are used to identify crop and weed plants?

1. What plant types and physical characteristics are used to identify crop and weed plants? UNIT IV - IDENTIFYING AND SELECTING CROPS AND SEEDS Lesson 1: Crop and Weed Identification Competency/Objective: Identify crop and weed seeds and plants. Study Questions References 1. What plant types

More information

Perspectives on Narrow Row Spacings For Corn (Less Than 30 inches)

Perspectives on Narrow Row Spacings For Corn (Less Than 30 inches) AGRY-96-17 Perspectives on Narrow Row Spacings For Corn (Less Than 30 inches) Dr. R.L. (Bob) Nielsen Agronomy Department, Purdue University West Lafayette, IN 47907-1150 Office ph. 765-494-4802 Email:

More information

ANNUAL RYEGRASS AS A COVER CROP in Midwest Corn and Soybean Production

ANNUAL RYEGRASS AS A COVER CROP in Midwest Corn and Soybean Production ANNUAL RYEGRASS AS A COVER CROP in Midwest Corn and Soybean Production MANAGEMENT RECOMMENDATIONS Mike Plumer, Agronomist and Cover Crop Specialist, Illinois Mark Mellbye, Agronomist, Oregon Seed Industry

More information

Managing Pesticide Resistance

Managing Pesticide Resistance Chapter 2 Managing Pesticide Resistance In This Chapter Keywords What is Pesticide Resistance? After learning the information in this chapter, you will be able to: 1. Define pesticide resistance. 2. Define

More information

Calibrating Drill Seed Meters

Calibrating Drill Seed Meters Calibrating Drill Seed Meters AE-1144, February 1998 Vern Hofman, Extension Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering Grain drills are designed to plant seed at the proper rate and with precision, if the

More information

Virginia Cooperative Extension

Virginia Cooperative Extension Virginia Cooperative Extension A partnership of Virginia Tech and Virginia State University College of Agriculture and Life Sciences Bedford County/City Office County Administration Building 122 East Main

More information

3.7 Implied Labor Hours

3.7 Implied Labor Hours 3.7 Implied Labor Hours USDA data for the period 1990 through 2011 is presented to describe the implied amount of labor that is used to produce an acre and unit of output (e.g., labor hours per bushel

More information

2014 Flax Weed Control Trial

2014 Flax Weed Control Trial 2014 Flax Weed Control Trial Dr. Heather Darby, UVM Extension Agronomist Susan Monahan, Erica Cummings, Julian Post, and Sara Ziegler UVM Extension Crops and Soils Technicians 802-524-6501 Visit us on

More information

CORN IS GROWN ON MORE ACRES OF IOWA LAND THAN ANY OTHER CROP.

CORN IS GROWN ON MORE ACRES OF IOWA LAND THAN ANY OTHER CROP. CORN IS GROWN ON MORE ACRES OF IOWA LAND THAN ANY OTHER CROP. Planted acreage reached a high in 1981 with 14.4 million acres planted for all purposes and has hovered near 12.5 million acres since the early

More information

WEED CONTROL IN FLUE-CURED TOBACCO Charles S. Johnson, Extension Plant Pathologist, Tobacco

WEED CONTROL IN FLUE-CURED TOBACCO Charles S. Johnson, Extension Plant Pathologist, Tobacco Weed Control WEED CONTROL IN FLUE-CURED TOBACCO Charles S. Johnson, Extension Plant Pathologist, Tobacco Good weed control uses crop rotation, early root and stalk destruction, cultivation, and appropriate

More information

2008 - Mint Weed Research Report. Rick Boydston, Weed Scientist, USDA-ARS,

2008 - Mint Weed Research Report. Rick Boydston, Weed Scientist, USDA-ARS, 2008 - Mint Weed Research Report Rick Boydston, Weed Scientist, USDA-ARS, Statement of Research. Weeds lower mint oil yield and quality and controlling weeds is a major production cost for growers. The

More information

EPA Reg. No. 59639-166 (Except California and New York)

EPA Reg. No. 59639-166 (Except California and New York) Supplemental Label EPA Reg. No. 59639-166 (Except California and New York) LEAGUE HERBICIDE USE ON MELONS AND POTATO This supplemental label expires on August 31, 2016 and must not be used or distributed

More information

Kansas Crop Planting Guide

Kansas Crop Planting Guide Kansas Crop Planting Guide Kansas is agronomically rich, with diverse soils and growing conditions. The average number of freeze-free days ranges from 150 in the northwest to 200 in southeastern Kansas.

More information

POA ANNUA CONTROL IN TURF

POA ANNUA CONTROL IN TURF POA ANNUA CONTROL IN TURF D. Kopec and K. Umeda Extension Turf Specialist and Area Extension Agent Plant Sciences Department and Maricopa County Cooperative Extension University of Arizona Presented at

More information

Using flutriafol (Intake ) in combination with foliar fungicides for the control of yellow leaf spot and stem rust

Using flutriafol (Intake ) in combination with foliar fungicides for the control of yellow leaf spot and stem rust Using flutriafol (Intake ) in combination with foliar fungicides for the control of yellow leaf spot and stem rust Nick Poole and Tracey Wylie (FAR) Simon Craig, (BCG) Take home messages in a trial on

More information

Best Management Practices for Tarnished Plant Bug in Cotton

Best Management Practices for Tarnished Plant Bug in Cotton Introduction Best Management Practices for Tarnished Plant Bug in Cotton Jeff Gore, Angus Catchot, Don Cook, and Fred Musser Mississippi State University Agricultural and Forestry Experiment Station and

More information

A new flexible herbicide for maize

A new flexible herbicide for maize A new flexible herbicide for maize BASF Crop Protection WING-P Contents Wing-P a new herbicide for maize 3. Wing-P a new herbicide for maize 4. BASF trials Wing-P additional activity Vs Stomp Aqua 5. BASF

More information

SULFUR AND MICRONUTRIENT RESPONSES ON CORN AND SOYBEANS George Rehm Department of Soil, Water, and Climate, University of Minnesota, St.

SULFUR AND MICRONUTRIENT RESPONSES ON CORN AND SOYBEANS George Rehm Department of Soil, Water, and Climate, University of Minnesota, St. SULFUR AND MICRONUTRIENT RESPONSES ON CORN AND SOYBEANS George Rehm Department of Soil, Water, and Climate, University of Minnesota, St. Paul, MN Introduction The importance of sulfur and micronutrients

More information

at the UT Institute I n of of Agriculture

at the UT Institute I n of of Agriculture W 170 at the UT Institute I n of of Agriculture A g u ltu r e Goosegrass (Eleusine indica) Gregory K. Breeden, Extension Specialist James T. Brosnan, Associate Professor, Turfgrass Weed Science Department

More information

Advanced patent pending spray adjuvant with alkaline buffered methylated seed oil for crop protection products

Advanced patent pending spray adjuvant with alkaline buffered methylated seed oil for crop protection products Advanced patent pending spray adjuvant with alkaline buffered methylated seed oil for crop protection products Principal Functioning Agents Alkaline buffered methylated seed oil, nitrogen-based fertilizer

More information

PRIORITY HERBICIDE GROUP 2 HERBICIDE

PRIORITY HERBICIDE GROUP 2 HERBICIDE 2015-0158 2015-02-10 page 1 (Container) PRIORITY HERBICIDE GROUP 2 HERBICIDE FOR SALE FOR USE IN THE PRAIRIE PROVINCES AND PEACE RIVER REGION OF BRITISH COLUMBIA ONLY AGRICULTURAL READ THE LABEL AND BOOKLET

More information

SOYBEAN PRODUCTION SYSTEMS

SOYBEAN PRODUCTION SYSTEMS SPS-104-W SPS-100-W SOYBEAN PRODUCTION SYSTEMS Department of Agronomy www.agry.purdue.edu Purdue University Shawn P. Conley Department of Agronomy University of Wisconsin One of the most difficult early-season

More information

ennessee is one of the top livestock producing states in the country. Much of the livestock in Tennessee is raised by smaller-scale, parttime

ennessee is one of the top livestock producing states in the country. Much of the livestock in Tennessee is raised by smaller-scale, parttime T ennessee is one of the top livestock producing states in the country. Much of the livestock in Tennessee is raised by smaller-scale, parttime producers. No matter what size operation, good pasture management

More information

Key Growth Stages. Kent McKay, NCREC. Minot, ND

Key Growth Stages. Kent McKay, NCREC. Minot, ND Growing Peas and Lentils Key Growth Stages Kent McKay, NCREC Area Extension Agronomist Minot, ND Pea and Lentil Growth Stages Seed Germination considerations Growth and development Desiccating Considerations

More information

Robert Nichols, Senior Director, Cotton Incorporated

Robert Nichols, Senior Director, Cotton Incorporated Robert Nichols, Senior Director, Cotton Incorporated Acknowledgments Dr. Joe Armstrong Oklahoma State University Dr. Nilda Burgos University of Arkansas Dr. Stanley Culpepper University of Georgia Dr.

More information

Alternative Land Use Services Growing a Healthier Environment. Tallgrass Prairie Guide ALUS is generously supported by ALUS.

Alternative Land Use Services Growing a Healthier Environment. Tallgrass Prairie Guide ALUS is generously supported by ALUS. TM Alternative Land Use Services Growing a Healthier Environment Tallgrass Prairie Guide 2015 ALUS.CA ALUS is generously supported by What is a Tallgrass Prairie? A Tallgrass Prairie is a diverse open

More information

Radishes as biofumigants and weed suppressant cover crops. Joel Gruver Western Illinois University

Radishes as biofumigants and weed suppressant cover crops. Joel Gruver Western Illinois University Radishes as biofumigants and weed suppressant cover crops Joel Gruver Western Illinois University What comes to mind when you hear the word RADISH? They take radishes very seriously in Oaxaca, MX 11 threads,

More information

Identifying & Managing Weeds in Gardens. Todd Mervosh Valley Laboratory - Windsor The Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station

Identifying & Managing Weeds in Gardens. Todd Mervosh Valley Laboratory - Windsor The Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station Identifying & Managing Weeds in Gardens Todd Mervosh Valley Laboratory - Windsor The Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station Definitions of WEED Plant out of Place - any plant growing where it is not

More information

Sulfur Fertilization of Corn. Jeff Vetsch Univ. of Minnesota Southern Research and Outreach Center December 2013

Sulfur Fertilization of Corn. Jeff Vetsch Univ. of Minnesota Southern Research and Outreach Center December 2013 Sulfur Fertilization of Corn Jeff Vetsch Univ. of Minnesota Southern Research and Outreach Center December 2013 Sulfur in corn, alfalfa and small grains: Plant available form of sulfur is (SO 4 2- ) it

More information

SMALL GRAINS WEED IDENTIFICATION GUIDE

SMALL GRAINS WEED IDENTIFICATION GUIDE MALL GRAIN WEED IDENIFICAION GUIDE Proven Portfolio of Crop Protection olutions. Count on Goldky herbicide to deliver control of the toughest grass weeds in spring and winter wheat, including cheatgrass,

More information

Managing Wheat by Growth Stage

Managing Wheat by Growth Stage Managing Wheat by Growth Stage Kiersten Wise, Bill Johnson....Purdue Botany and Plant Pathology Chuck Mansfield.......... Purdue Agronomy Christian Krupke.......... Purdue Entomology ID-422 Photos by Kiersten

More information

INSECT MANAGEMENT (Roberts & McPherson)

INSECT MANAGEMENT (Roberts & McPherson) INSECT MANAGEMENT (Roberts & McPherson) A number of insect pests are capable of severely damaging soybeans. However, it is important to realize that soybeans can withstand considerable insect damage at

More information

Management Tips for Flax Production

Management Tips for Flax Production L.L. Hardman, Department of Agronomy and Plant Genetics 1 A Brief History - Minnesota Flax Yields and Acreage, 1903-2003 Uses/Markets - Growth and Development - NCIS Adjusters Sketches Drawings of Roots,

More information

THE SCIENCE THE FUTURE OF CANADIAN CANOLA: APPLY THE SCIENCE OF AGRONOMICS TO MAXIMIZE GENETIC POTENTIAL.

THE SCIENCE THE FUTURE OF CANADIAN CANOLA: APPLY THE SCIENCE OF AGRONOMICS TO MAXIMIZE GENETIC POTENTIAL. THE SCIENCE THE FUTURE OF CANADIAN CANOLA: APPLY THE SCIENCE OF AGRONOMICS TO MAXIMIZE GENETIC POTENTIAL. WHERE WE HAVE BEEN CANOLA PRODUCTION HAS SURPASSED THE INDUSTRY TARGET OF 15 MMT. This was achieved

More information

What kinds of traits have been introduced in plants that are genetically modified?

What kinds of traits have been introduced in plants that are genetically modified? What are GMOs? You ve heard or seen all of these terms: genetic engineering, genetically modified, genetically modified organism (GMO). They are all related to biotechnology. Basically, they refer to the

More information

Integrated Pest Management

Integrated Pest Management Chapter 2 Integrated Pest Management In This Chapter Keywords After learning the information in this chapter, you will be able to: 1. Define Integrated Pest Management (IPM). 2. List and describe the 5

More information

Effect of Halosulfuron (Permit), CGA362622, Glyphosate (Roundup Ultra) and Pyrithiobac (Staple) on Purple Nutsedge Growing in a Fallow Field

Effect of Halosulfuron (Permit), CGA362622, Glyphosate (Roundup Ultra) and Pyrithiobac (Staple) on Purple Nutsedge Growing in a Fallow Field Effect of Halosulfuron (Permit), CGA362622, Glyphosate (Roundup Ultra) and Pyrithiobac (Staple) on Purple Nutsedge Growing in a Fallow Field 2 Maren E. Veatch and William B. McCloskey 2 Graduate Research

More information

Guide to Seed Certification. Combinable Crops

Guide to Seed Certification. Combinable Crops THE DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE, FISHERIES & FOOD AN ROINN TALMHAÍOCHTA, IASCAIGH AGUS BIA Guide to Seed Certification Combinable Crops S:\Pesticides\UTILITY\Keith Armstrong\Guide to Seed Certification 2008

More information

FOR DISTRIBUTION AND USE ONLY WITHIN THE STATE OF OHIO. Dual MAGNUM. EPA Reg. 100-816. EPA SLN No. OH-110002

FOR DISTRIBUTION AND USE ONLY WITHIN THE STATE OF OHIO. Dual MAGNUM. EPA Reg. 100-816. EPA SLN No. OH-110002 FOR DISTRIBUTION AND USE ONLY WITHIN THE STATE OF OHIO Dual MAGNUM EPA Reg. 100-816 This label for Dual Magnum expires and must not be distributed or used in accordance with this SLN registration after

More information

Sustainable Production of 100 Bushel Wheat

Sustainable Production of 100 Bushel Wheat CHAPTER ONE Sustainable Production of 100 Bushel Wheat Bob Fanning (Robert.Fanning@sdstate.edu) and Bill Ferguson (fergfarm@gwtc.net) The priority factors for optimizing wheat profitability are identified

More information

PREMIUM RATE ADJUSTMENT

PREMIUM RATE ADJUSTMENT PREMIUM RATE ADJUSTMENT Background on Process Section 508(i) of the Federal Crop Insurance Act (Act) requires the Risk Management Agency (RMA) to set premium rates and implement rate changes in a timely

More information

Extensive Commercial Farming (arable)

Extensive Commercial Farming (arable) Extensive Commercial Farming (arable) Aims Exam Questions Describe the main characteristics of the landscape. Describe and explain the main features of the farming system. Describe the changes and the

More information

Kentucky Forage News Current Crop Conditions Waters of the United States (WOTUS) Update

Kentucky Forage News Current Crop Conditions Waters of the United States (WOTUS) Update Hopkins County Agriculture Today September, 2015 By: Curtis Dame, County Extension Agent for Agriculture and Natural Resources In this issue: Current Pest News (Palmer Amaranth and Waterhemp Continue to

More information

Integrated Weed Management in Lentils

Integrated Weed Management in Lentils Integrated Weed Management in Lentils by Fabian Menalled, Extension Cropland Weed Specialist MontGuide As market demand rises for pulse crops and lentil acreage expands, integrated management plans must

More information

Hail Damaged Corn and Soybean

Hail Damaged Corn and Soybean Hail Damaged Corn and Soybean By Jeff Coulter and Seth Naeve Recent storms left several areas affected by hail damage, including south-central and southeast Minnesota along interstate 90, and central Minnesota

More information

THE EVALUATION OF THE MODIFIED CURVED SEED TUBE VERSUS THE STANDARD STRAIGHT SEED TUBE COMMONLY USED AT THIS TIME.

THE EVALUATION OF THE MODIFIED CURVED SEED TUBE VERSUS THE STANDARD STRAIGHT SEED TUBE COMMONLY USED AT THIS TIME. THE EVALUATION OF THE MODIFIED CURVED SEED TUBE VERSUS THE STANDARD STRAIGHT SEED TUBE COMMONLY USED AT THIS TIME. Introduction/Objectives Norman R. Cattanach/Laura Overstreet Research Specialist / Assistant

More information

Crabgrass Species Control in Turfgrass

Crabgrass Species Control in Turfgrass W 146 at the UT Institute I n of of Agriculture A g u ltu r e Crabgrass Species Control in Turfgrass Gregory K. Breeden, Extension Specialist James T. Brosnan, Associate Professor, Turfgrass Weed Science

More information

Tillage RootMax Annual Ryegrass

Tillage RootMax Annual Ryegrass Tillage RootMax Annual Ryegrass Tillage RootMax Annual Ryegrass is the premium annual ryegrass in today s marketplace. It has been screened and selected for winter hardiness, rooting depth, and especially

More information

Pesticide Sprayer Cleanout

Pesticide Sprayer Cleanout Pesticide Sprayer Cleanout A review of good practices for a clean sprayer Ronda Hirnyck Extension Pesticide Coordinator Pamela J.S. Hutchinson Potato Cropping Systems Weed Scientist Credits Thia Walker,

More information

2012 Sorghum Program. Murphy-Brown s Next Step in Broad Strategy to Improve MB Grain Buying.

2012 Sorghum Program. Murphy-Brown s Next Step in Broad Strategy to Improve MB Grain Buying. 2012 Sorghum Program Murphy-Brown s Next Step in Broad Strategy to Improve MB Grain Buying www.mbgrain.com 2012 Sorghum Program Murphy-Brown s Next Step in Broad Strategy to Improve MB Grain Buying Dear

More information

12. Organic Farms. Overview. Grade Levels: Key words. Prior Knowledge. Objectives. Materials

12. Organic Farms. Overview. Grade Levels: Key words. Prior Knowledge. Objectives. Materials 12. Organic Farms Overview With so many choices at the grocery store today, people often wonder if buying organic foods is really the best thing to do. Students will evaluate the pros and cons of organic

More information

Intercropping Corn and Forage Sorghum for Forage Production in North Dakota

Intercropping Corn and Forage Sorghum for Forage Production in North Dakota Intercropping Corn and Forage Sorghum for Forage Production in North Dakota Dulan Samarappuli 1, Alfredo Aponte 1, Osvaldo Teuber 1, Russell Gesch 2, Dan Undersander 3, and Marisol Berti 1 1 Dep. of Plant

More information

2010 Allen Press Publishing Services Summary Weed Technology (WT)

2010 Allen Press Publishing Services Summary Weed Technology (WT) 2010 Allen Press Publishing Services Summary Weed Technology (WT) As your publishing team, we are pleased to provide you with the following recap of our publishing activities during the fourth year of

More information

EVALUATION OF SEED TREATMENTS FOR ORGANIC CORN: 2006 Janet Hedtcke, Bill Stangel, Gregg Sanford, John Hall

EVALUATION OF SEED TREATMENTS FOR ORGANIC CORN: 2006 Janet Hedtcke, Bill Stangel, Gregg Sanford, John Hall EVALUATION OF SEED TREATMENTS FOR ORGANIC CORN: 2006 Janet Hedtcke, Bill Stangel, Gregg Sanford, John Hall INTRODUCTION In 2003, to comply with the National Organic Program (NOP) standards, we started

More information

John R. Street and Deborah D. Holdren The Ohio State University Department of Horticulture and Crop Science. Introduction

John R. Street and Deborah D. Holdren The Ohio State University Department of Horticulture and Crop Science. Introduction Effect of Tenacity (Mesotrione) on Preemergence and Postemergence Efficacy of Crabgrass (Digitaria spp) at Various Rates, Maturity Stages and Herbicide Combinations 2008. Introduction John R. Street and

More information

Grain Yield and Grain Protein

Grain Yield and Grain Protein Grain Yield and Grain Protein I want both.can I? Jochum Wiersma The Conundrum 16.0 Glenn Vantage 15.5 Kelby Steele-NDBarlow Oklee Blade Brennan Cromwell RB07 Breaker Howard Grain Protein (%) 15.0 14.5

More information

Whitetail Deer Food Plot Considerations

Whitetail Deer Food Plot Considerations Whitetail Deer Food Plot Considerations Food plots are a way the sportsman or nature enthusiast can provide nutrients for deer. Currently, Illinois game law prohibits any other means of feeding whitetail

More information

NUTRIENT MANAGEMENT. FO-3176-B (REVISED 2013) Plant Analysis Sampling and Interpretation SAMPLING THE RIGHT PLANT PART

NUTRIENT MANAGEMENT. FO-3176-B (REVISED 2013) Plant Analysis Sampling and Interpretation SAMPLING THE RIGHT PLANT PART NUTRIENT MANAGEMENT FO-3176-B (REVISED 2013) Plant Analysis Sampling and Interpretation Daniel E. Kaiser, John A. Lamb, and Carl Rosen Over the past 25 to 30 years, the popularity of plant analysis or

More information

Biotech Foods Community Snapshot

Biotech Foods Community Snapshot Biotech Foods Community Snapshot Introduction Lesson Introduction Biotechnology is becoming a commonly used term in today s society. Recent surveys conducted on consumer attitudes toward biotech foods,

More information

Composite cross populations in wheat

Composite cross populations in wheat Composite cross populations in wheat Martin Wolfe The Organic Research Centre and Wakelyns Agroforestry,Suffolk Evolution of hexaploid wheat In the wild Diversity within bread wheat (around 85,000 genes)

More information

WILD OAT CONTROL AND TOLERANCE OF GRASS SEED CROPS TO FENOXAPROP-P-ETHYL. M.P. ROLSTON and W. ARCHIE

WILD OAT CONTROL AND TOLERANCE OF GRASS SEED CROPS TO FENOXAPROP-P-ETHYL. M.P. ROLSTON and W. ARCHIE 218 WILD OAT CONTROL AND TOLERANCE OF GRASS SEED CROPS TO FENOXAPROP-P-ETHYL M.P. ROLSTON and W. ARCHIE AgResearch, P.O. Box 60, Lincoln ABSTRACT Fenoxaprop P-ethyl, a wild oat herbicide was applied to

More information

A Little Burndown Madness

A Little Burndown Madness www.btny.purdue.edu/weedscience/ Glenn Nice Bill Johnson Tom Bauman Purdue Extension Weed Science A Little Burndown Madness If you are a no-tiller then you are probably considering your burndown options

More information

GMO CONTAMINATION PREVENTION

GMO CONTAMINATION PREVENTION UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA Southwest Research and Outreach Center GMO CONTAMINATION PREVENTION What Does it Take? By Jim Riddle, Organic Outreach Coordinator Best Management Practices for Producers of GMO

More information

ACHIEVE Liquid Herbicide

ACHIEVE Liquid Herbicide Approved Pamphlet Achieve Liquid 27011 2010-10-26 Page 1 of 13 ACHIEVE Liquid Herbicide GROUP 1 HERBICIDE AGRICULTURAL A SUSPENSION CONCENTRATE HERBICIDE FOR POST EMERGENCE CONTROL OF ANNUAL GRASSES IN

More information

2015 Weed Control Manual for Tennessee Field Crops Forage Crops Pastures Farm Ponds Harvest Aids

2015 Weed Control Manual for Tennessee Field Crops Forage Crops Pastures Farm Ponds Harvest Aids 2015 Weed Control Manual for Tennessee Field Crops Forage Crops Pastures Farm Ponds Harvest Aids Burndown Herbicides 5 Tobacco 48 Farm Ponds 73 PB 1580 PB 1580 Glyphosate Burndown Resistance Herbicides

More information

B-5038 3-04. Suggestions for Weed Control in Pastures and Forages

B-5038 3-04. Suggestions for Weed Control in Pastures and Forages B-5038 3-04 Suggestions for Weed Control in Pastures and Forages Suggestions for Weed Control in Pastures and Forages Paul A. Baumann, Ph.D., Professor and Extension Weed Specialist Texas Cooperative Extension

More information

SPRAYER TANK CLEAN OUT PROCEDURES

SPRAYER TANK CLEAN OUT PROCEDURES SPRAYER TANK CLEAN OUT PROCEDURES Always read and follow label directions. If these guidelines ever conflict with label directions, use the labe directions only. Sprayer tank clean out is necessary when

More information

ACCURATE HERBICIDE 60% DRY FLOWABLE SOLID

ACCURATE HERBICIDE 60% DRY FLOWABLE SOLID 2007-0226 21-APR-2009 04-MAY-2009 2009-1414 Notification : Change in package size and minor label amendment GROUP 2 HERBICIDE ACCURATE HERBICIDE 60% DRY FLOWABLE SOLID FOR SALE FOR POSTEMERGENCE USE ON

More information

Primer. Weed Control. By Dr. Craig Harper

Primer. Weed Control. By Dr. Craig Harper Weed Control Primer By Dr. Craig Harper The biggest problem people have when growing food plots is weed control. Sometimes, this is because of a seedbank that is full of problematic weeds that are difficult

More information

PRO/CON: Is it time to label GMO foods?

PRO/CON: Is it time to label GMO foods? PRO/CON: Is it time to label GMO foods? By Tribune News Service, adapted by Newsela staff on 11.13.15 Word Count 1,594 Demonstrators rally in favor of labeling GMO food at the Capitol in Albany, New York,

More information

Crop Profile for Oats in Utah

Crop Profile for Oats in Utah Crop Profile for Oats in Utah Prepared: May 2006 General Production Information In 2004, Utah ranked twenty sixth in U.S. oats production and produced 0.5 percent of the total U. S. oats crop. A total

More information

Cercospora Leaf Spot Control and Other Research Updates

Cercospora Leaf Spot Control and Other Research Updates Cercospora Leaf Spot Control and Other Research Updates Mohamed Khan Extension Sugarbeet Specialist Plant Pathology Department North Dakota State University & University of Minnesota Outline -Using Fungicides

More information