COMBINE FOLIAR APPLICATIONS TO HELP FIGHT STRESS, PROMOTE HEALTH GROWTH AND TURBOCHARGE YIELDS WITH NITROGEN-FUNGICIDE SYNERGY
Back in April, I wrote about the use of new weed control technologies. We had just received approval from China for the Xtend trait. Just a few days after the election, we finally received federal registration for the use of XtendiMax with VaporGrip. With all of the media and publicity around off-target dicamba applications in the past season, these announcements could not have come fast enough.
What a year. From a drought to what seemed like we had moved to the rain forest, Midwest weather never seems to be consistent. Maybe that’s the new norm.
Atrazine has been in the news lately. Given that the chemistry, approved long ago, is under regulatory review yet again, I think it’s worth going over just how it works and why it is important.
MFA’s Crop-Trak consultants have been finding an alarming number of northern corn rootworm (NCR) beetles in northwest Missouri and southwest Iowa.
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I remember helping sort cattle when I was growing up, and it always seemed to me the nature of a cow was to do the exact opposite of what I was trying to get it to do. I think that is why I ended up focusing on equipment and plant nutrition in my studies at college. These things might not pay attention to me either but at least I didn’t feel like I was being deliberately disobeyed.
Insect control in soybeans hinges on knowing the pest and good timing.
It might surprise you to find me writing about monarch butterflies in this space. But I am. There has been a significant decline in the monarch population over the past few years. It is easy to point fingers to others, but it is time to admit that a shrinking habitat is likely the cause of monarch decline.
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