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Is your Spring Burndown Program Effective?

The time has come again to get rid of those pesky weeds that interfere with your planting season. This past harvest proved to be tough for getting crops out of the field, let alone applying herbicides to control winter annuals like marestail. One of the things we always encourage is to be on the look […]

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Fall burndown

Spring Burndown Tips and Reminders

A field full of weeds going into planting season will ultimately interfere with many grower’s plans for strong emergence, timing, and high yield goals. If you are gearing up for planting season in a no-till field, you may be going over your burndown options. Start your planting season with a clean field by understanding the […]

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Marestail Could Be a Problem Yet Again This Spring

A grower can expect, especially this year, to have a marestail problem in the spring. With failure to apply fall burndown treatments, you are at a greater risk. Research shows that if the grower advances his/her herbicide mixtures, includes non-ALS residual herbicides, and considers split-spring applications, they can have a better handle on marestail in […]

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Big Corn Concepts: Burndown

If you are preparing to plant into a no-till field you are probably considering your burndown options for this year. Your burndown herbicides can be applied with your early pre-plant or separate. However, it is important to have a clean slate for the up coming planting season. A field of weeds can interfere with planting, […]

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