An update on reports of dicamba injury in Tennessee, plus how to distinguish dicamba injury from injury caused by Group 15 herbicides.
July 15 is the cut off date for applying Engenia, FeXapan or XtendiMax over the top of Xtend crops in Tennessee. After July 15, a hooded sprayer must be used for all applications. Dr. Steckel shares a few helpful reminders.
Dr. Scott Stewart discusses his latest research on the impact of seed treatments and burndown timing in soybeans planted behind a cover crop.
UTIA research shows that avoiding spraying certain herbicides in the early morning or late evening is not only better for herbicide stewardship but also better for weed control.
Watch as Dr. Steckel advises on best dicamba alternatives for DT soybeans when wind and weather are not cooperating.
If sensitive vegetation is downwind, you can’t spray dicamba. In this video, Dr. Steckel discusses what DT cotton producers can do when timely spray applications are needed but the wind keeps blowing the wrong way.