herbicide resistance

How can you fight herbicide resistance?

Herbicide resistance is a challenge we will continue to face. Fortunately, there are many creative approaches that can be taken to prevent herbicide resistant weeds from taking valuable nutrients and moisture from the crops in your field. Check out this guide, 11 That Threaten, from the United Soybean Board. This is a great resource. It offers specific strategies for […]

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Today’s Soil Temps Across Ohio

Fayette County – 52 degrees (Sample taken in bean stubble.) Union County – 50 degrees (Sample taken in corn stalks.) Miami County – 58 degrees (Sample taken in no-till corn stubble.) Watch for our next soil temp update on Monday! Follow us for more updates: www.novusag.com www.facebook.com/novus.ag www.linkedin.com/company/novus-ag www.twitter.com/novusag

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MAP vs. DAP Considerations

Both MAP and DAP are excellent sources of phosphorus and nitrogen and have a proven, historical record of yield increases. Differences in fertilizer placement, cropping systems and soil reactions may favor one source over the other in specific locations. The following information examines the broad issues of these differences. Chemical/Manufacturing MAP is manufactured by combining […]

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Today’s Soil Temps: Ohio and Southern Michigan

Fayette County – 55 degrees (Sample taken in bean stubble.) Union County – 52 degrees (Sample taken in corn stalks.) Wood County Michigan – 58 degrees (Sample taken in bean stubble, sandy loam soil.) Watch for our next soil temp update on Thursday! Follow us for more updates: www.novusag.com www.facebook.com/novus.ag www.linkedin.com/company/novus-ag www.twitter.com/novusag

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Today’s Soil Temps Across Ohio

Fayette County – 47 degrees (Sample taken in bean stubble–saturated soil.) Union County – 47 degrees (Sample taken in corn stalks–saturated soil.) Marion County – 47 degrees (Sample taken in a fall tilled field–saturated soil.) Watch for our next soil temp update on Monday! Follow us for more updates! www.novusag.com www.facebook.com/novus.ag www.linkedin.com/company/novus-ag www.twitter.com/novusag

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