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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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Watch Out for Septoria Brown Spot #PostEmergencePrep19

Septoria Brown Spot is very common in Central Ohio and can be found on the bottom canopy of soybean plants. This can happen especially when tillage has caused soil to splash up to the lower leaves causing the infection to begin. With the weather we have been experiencing and the current saturated soil conditions, post […]

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Do You Know How Adjuvants First Started? #TheAdjuvantSeries

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 […]

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Understanding Weed Barriers of Entry #TheAdjuvantSeries

The next part in our adjuvant series will discuss the different kinds of barriers that hold herbicides back from killing weeds. Adjuvants are needed to break through weed’s many barriers of entry. Weeds differ in their ability to be penetrated and herbicides also have differences in how they work. Without an adjuvant, some herbicides may […]

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