University of Wisconsin-Madison No-Till Weed Control Research

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Pairing Cereal Rye, Residual Herbicide Keeps No-Till Soybean Fields Clean

By Michaela Paukner

4,500 pounds of cereal rye biomass is sweet spot for suppressing waterhemp, according to university research

Cereal rye is a promising tool for weed control in no-till soybeans. Research from the University of Wisconsin-Madison finds using a cereal rye cover crop in addition to herbicides can keep fields clean without an impact on yield — as long as a good soybean stand is established.

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Adding Glufosinate to Tank Mixes Improves Overall Weed Control in Soybeans

By: Michaela Paukner

Research trial finds using appropriate nozzles compounds effectiveness of Liberty tank mixes

The future of weed control is tank mixes, according to researchers at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and herbicide efficacy is greatly affected by what exactly is in the mix and how it's applied.

Nikola Arsenijevic, a graduate student at Rodrigo Werle’s University of Wisconsin-Madison weed research lab, is evaluating the impact of different tank mixes and nozzle selections on control of waterhemp, giant ragweed and annual grasses in soybeans.

Continue reading "Adding Glufosinate to Tank Mixes Improves Overall Weed Control in Soybeans"!

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