When considering a spring burndown of cover crops and weeds prior to planting soybeans, a careful consideration of planting intervals should guide your herbicide selection, says the University of Nebraska.
Source: By Mark VanGessel, Extension Weeds Specialist, University of Delaware
I have had a number of calls about burndowns not being effective for no-till soybeans. Poor control can be attributed to a number of reasons, weeds were too large, gallonage was too low, and wrong products or adjuvants were used. But the question is what to do now.
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