Herbicides that have gained approval for use in agronomic crops in 2020 are discussed in this article, as well as some products that anticipate approval for 2020. Remember to always read and follow label directions.
There has been considerable talk about limited availability of herbicides for the summer of 2021. What steps can farmers take in the event that herbicide supplies become limited? Dr. Sarah Lancaster offers some of her recommendations in this article.
Harvest is always a great time to start planning weed management strategies for the next spring. Forming a plan now to address needs for next spring is especially important this fall due to the anticipated shortages of key herbicides. Learn what you can do to minimize the impact of a possible chemical shortage.
Recent developments associated with market opportunities for winter canola may lead to increased planting in the fall of 2023. As you make seeding plans, consider the herbicides you use in your summer crops. This article highlights some herbicides used for summer crops that may or may not have rotation restrictions for canola.
Warmer temperatures are in the forecast for the latter part of June across Kansas with warmer-than-normal temperatures expected for July. Some considerations should be taken during hot weather when making herbicide applications to help ensure the best response.
Recent developments associated with market opportunities for winter canola may lead to increased planting in the fall of 2023 and beyond. When making seeding plans, be sure to consider the herbicides used this summer and those planned for the fall.