If you haven’t yet prepared your sprayer for a winter break and protection from the elements, it’s not too late! Here are a few tips to consider as you store your sprayer until next spring: -Check for any spray mix residue and rinse the whole system, including hoses, filters, nozzles and tanks using a rinsing […]
A WEEKLY REVIEW OF THE CROP NUTRIENTS MARKET November 15, 2013 NH3 • NH3 application has started in all areas and we are seeing increased demand daily. • Producers are indicating higher values for spring PPY NH3 when compared to Q4 values. • International supply is flat; no major shutdowns are anticipated. • NH3 trucks […]
Corn and soybean harvest is what you are focused on now, but next year’s weed control should also be at the top of your priority list. Not only should you take notice of what weeds you can see from the combine, but also take time to find what you can’t. Beneath the dropped leaves and […]
University of Nebraska-Lincoln greenhouse studies have confirmed a Palmer amaranth population resistant to postemergence application of atrazine and HPPD-inhibiting herbicides (Callisto, Laudis, Armezon/Impact). This is the second report (after Kansas) of a Palmer amaranth population resistant to atrazine and the HPPD group of herbicides. Palmer amaranth, a member of the pigweed family, is a difficult-to-control […]
In this video Novus Ag Associate Partner, Justin Rivers, explains the importance of a fall burn-down.