Items Tagged with 'Jim Stute'


Crop Protection

On-Farm Trials Show Cover Crops, Planting Green Can Suppress Weeds

Glyphosate-resistant weeds are suppressed by planting green, cover crop implementation and termination timing adjustment, according to on-farm trials.
Jim Stute, an independent research agronomist who has been studying cover crops for decades, conducted on-farm trials that suppressed glyphosate-resistant weeds by up to 95% by using cover crops and planting green.
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Conservation Ag Update

No-Till & Cover Crops Paying Off in Drought Conditions

In this episode of Conservation Ag Update, we explore how no-tillers are holding up in abnormally dry conditions throughout most of the U.S. Independent agronomist Jim Stute checks in from southeastern Wisconsin, and no-tiller Ryan Gibbs reports from eastern Iowa, where both areas have received minimal rainfall since April. This episode of Conservation Ag Update is brought to you by Saddle Butte Ag Bio Till Cover Crops.
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Beat Glyphosate-Resistant Weeds by Planting Green

In the fight against increasing herbicide resistance, the practice of planting green into a living cover crop offers weed suppression and potential money savings.

For independent research agronomist Jim Stute, the appearance of glyphosate-resistant giant ragweed, waterhemp and marestail on his East Troy, Wis., farm was alarming. But it was also an opportunity — an opportunity to test the ability of cover crops to suppress marestail and other troublesome weeds and reduce reliance on glyphosate.

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