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The Importance of Early Season Weed Control #PostEmergencePrep19

Can you spot the quarter in the picture below? The quarter in the above picture, represents smaller weeds under a canopy of larger weeds. This season, we have discovered emergence of small marestail, giant ragweed, lambsquarter, giant foxtail and water hemp under the canopy of larger giant ragweed and mats of chickweed. This underscores the […]

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Black Cutworm – Currently Making Their Way Into Our Geography #PostEmergencePrep19

We wanted to share a recent article about the black cutworm populations that have been making their way into the Midwest. Staying on the preventative side is what we encourage when we hear of these types of pests. Southerly winds are currently blowing cutworms into the Midwest. There have been intensive black cutworm moth flights […]

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Happy National Ag Day!

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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Label Changes for Engenia, XtendiMax, and FeXapan and Recertification Trainings Announced

A recent article in the C.O.R.N. Newsletter by The Ohio State University CFAES, has provided valuable information on the recent label changes. In summary, both commercial and private applicators will be affected by these changes. If your 2019 herbicide program includes Engenia (BASF), XtendiMax (Monsanto), and FeXapan (DuPont), carefully review the revised labels and requirements. […]

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Herbicide & Adjuvant Mixing Sequence Methods #TheAdjuvantSeries

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 […]

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