Crop Protection

New 2000 Weed Control For No-Till Corn

Since the new millennium means new decisions, technical representatives from American Cyanamid, Zeneca Ag Products, Aventis CropScience and Monsanto outlined new compounds and label changes for no-till corn to help the 715 attendees at the National No-Tillage Conference last January in Des Moines, Iowa.
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Merger Mania Hits Herbicide Companies

Four potential mergers among agricultural chemical firms have hit the news in recent weeks. While it's too soon to tell what will happen, they will definitely bring changes to the North American farm scene.
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There’s A New Look For Roundup Technology

Representing the newest evolution in Roundup technology, Monsanto has introduced Roundup UltraMAX herbicide. This formulation provides 25 percent more power per gallon and exclusive TranSorb technology while delivering the best available weed control and crop safety already available with other Roundup Ready technologies.
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New Soil-Applied Herbicide For Soybeans Introduced By Bayer

For early season pre-emergence control of more than 30 broadleaf weeds and grasses in soybeans, Bayer Corporation officials have announced registration of Domain 60 DF soil-applied herbicide. It is a combination of flufenacet, the new oxyacetamide grass chemistry from Bayer, and metribuzin in a convenient to handle, low-use rate dry flowable formulation.
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No-Till Holds Chemicals In Place

Right from the beginning 18 years ago, this no-tiller wanted to control erosion and increase water quality.
After heavy rains drenched their Schuyler, Neb., farm last summer, 12-year-old Rob Clausen and his dad, Chris, discovered a major benefit of no-till farming with their own water quality test.
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There’s A New Crop Production System Coming For No-Tillers

Approval from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has been announced for the use of Force ST insecticide as a new commercial seed treatment for corn. The Zeneca Ag Products insecticide protects germinating seeds and growing plants from rootworm, cutworm, white grub, wireworm and seed corn maggot.
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The Great American Cover Up!

These no-tillers use cover crops to conserve moisture, add nitrogen and get more bang for their buck.
When it comes to effectively using cover crops to enhance no-till soils and crop stands, chances are you won’t find any better information than what these no-tillers use on their own farms.
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Touchdown Okayed For Glyphosate-Tolerant Soybeans

The government's Environmental Protection Agency registration for use of Touchdown 5 herbicide over the top of glyphosate-tolerant soybeans was recently granted to Zeneca Ag Products. Introduced as a burndown for no-till corn and soybeans in 1996, this registration allows Midwestern bean growers to apply the herbicide over any variety of these soybeans.
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