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Start Clean, Stay Clean. The Key to Successful Season-Long Weed Control

The time of year is rapidly approaching when producers should start thinking about protecting their farms with burndown and pre-emerge herbicides. All the moisture received across the High Plains in the last few months will contribute to early weed emergence. The idea of starting clean and staying clean is crucial to a successful farming operation. [...]

Burndown Herbicides

Herbicides play a major role when it comes to controlling weeds, while protecting the environment. By knowing what to expect from different herbicides, a weed control program can be put in place that meets the goals of each farm, both from an economic as well as an environmental standpoint. There are two broad categories of herbicides, [...]

2019-01-15T22:43:20+00:00February 15th, 2017|Categories: Agronomic, Integrated Pest Management, Weeds|Tags: , , |

Cotton: Starting Clean, Keeping Clean

Roundup resistant weeds in cotton have become a major problem, so starting clean is key to finishing clean at harvest. Under conventional till, we need to consider using the old “yellow” herbicides, like trifluralin - preplant incorporated - to help with our weed control. Under no-till & strip-till systems, there are other options for burndown [...]

It’s Not Too Early to Think About Pre-Season Weed Control

Controlling weeds in your fields should be at the front of your mind even as we move into late fall, winter and early spring. Pre-season weed control will help reduce the size and population of weeds before planting next spring. Certain weed species are exponentially more manageable at this stage than at planting time. How [...]

Early Burndown Herbicides Essential To Success

It seems like weed control is a year round sport anymore.  In fact, planning your herbicide program prior to any weed emerging is the key to the success of your control.  There was a time when it was vogue to wait until weeds emerged to apply herbicides.  The logic was that you knew exactly what [...]