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Waterhemp Problems Spread To Indiana

Waterhemp has been present in Indiana field surveys for at least the last 10 years but recent control issues with glyphosate is moving this weed up on the radar of concern for Indiana growers.
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Don't Apply All Residual In The Fall

Multiple years of OSU research on fall and spring no-till herbicide treatments have consistently shown that the value and effectiveness of residual herbicides for soybeans is maximized when they are applied in the spring, not the fall.
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Hit Those Weeds Early

Early-season weed competition may be one of the biggest contributors to unseen yield losses in herbicide-tolerant corn.
To harvest the highest possible corn yields with conservation tillage, weed scientists maintain early weed control is essential. Weeds that emerge at the same time as corn plants are much more competitive with a growing crop than later-emerging weeds.
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A Practical Guide To Adjuvants Answers The Basic Questions

There are hundreds of adjuvant products on the market, but with some fundamental knowledge you can sift through them comfortably.
There are at least 10 ways adjuvants can make your post-emergence herbicide work harder — and literally hundreds of adjuvant products to choose from. Here’s a look at what’s causing this proliferation and how you can be sure you’re treating your crops right.
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