Novus Ag Associate Partner, Justin Rivers and Jake Straub with Performance Nutrition take a look at an in-furrow root system with Triton and 3-18-18. At this growth stage in corn Jake discusses that you should be seeing a lot of root hairs and white roots which means they are already very active in the soil.
One of the most critical things you can do this year when applying herbicide is mixing your tank correctly. Having a bad reaction amongst the chemicals can cause a loss of pesticide effectiveness. It may also cause clogged nozzles, lack of weed control, excessive foaming, and tank clumps. Get the most out of your inputs […]
Now that the kind of adjuvant required for different barriers is determined, we can go in more depth on how the adjuvant breaks through. This knowledge will save you headache down the road when choosing which adjuvant will give you the most beneficial effectiveness and save you money in the long run.
One of our growers, Jakob Wilson from JCW Farms Partnership, had a test trial of soybeans in the ground by March 19th this year. Among the many discussions of planting soybeans early, AJ Woodyard, BASF Technical Crop Production Specialist, spoke at our Winter Grower’s meeting on how he had success in planting beans early. His […]
If you’ve kept up with our previous two posts in the adjuvant series, you now have a more in depth understanding of how important adjuvants are in pesticide applications. You know how the different barriers of entry can be overcome and how it is done by certain kinds of adjuvants. So where did adjuvants come […]