Growers can help manage and control the spread of weeds by applying overlapping residual herbicides and utilizing new trait and herbicide technologies.
Regarding new dicamba technologies, growers need to keep in mind new formulations, minimizing volatility, reducing drift, and regulations.
The EPA has developed requirements for new pesticide trait technologies to help ag retailers and growers have more success in the upcoming season.
Four things growers can do to help ensure a better ROI is smart seed selection, impactful fertility decisions and effective weed control by using adjuvants.
There are three indicators that help determine Iron Deficiency Chlorosis: high levels of calcium carbonate in the soil, salinity and soil pH.
Growers can increase profitability with smart input decisions that increase efficiency and ensure a high-quality crop and increased yield.
For a crop protection strategy, growers need to consider the history of crop disease, What has been done past seasons and what has worked well.
The biggest issue growers face is the compressed planting timeframe, and manufacturing companies have started to provide solutions for this issue.
3 challenges growers face is shrinking profit margins, determining what crops to grow next season and new herbicide and trait technologies.
Growers need to know what spectrum of disease control does the fungicide have, what growth stage to apply, and how the fungicide will affect the plant.