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Category Archives: Weed Control
Here are some weed control programs put together by Stanley Culpepper of UGA. To view and download the PDF version, click here. Advertisements
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Here is an update from Dow (Nov. 30) on the EPA’s recent decision to delay the registration of 2,4-D for use in Cotton.
Here is another round of timely production tips from Clemson Peanut Specialist Jay Chapin. The big picture right now of course is the extended high temperatures and lack of rain in many areas. Peanuts are very resilient in yield potential, … Continue reading
Weeds Killing small weeds is the top priority right now and of course pigweed is at the top of the weed list. If we can catch pigweed 3” and Texas panicum in the small 2-blade stage we can really do … Continue reading
Planting is just about wrapped up and corn is growing well. Here is a field in the V3 stage. In the photo below, you can see three leaf collars. This time of year, its possible for corn to advance 2 … Continue reading
The Colemans of Dillon County have finished their mini sprayer and have already used it to apply fertilizer to over 200 acres of wheat in soft fields. The boom is 30 ft. and the sprayer is set up for variable … Continue reading
Lots of recent wet weather has made fields all over the Pee Dee soggy and difficult to work. A large number of farmers have not been able to fertilize their wheat or apply burn down herbicides to get ready for planting … Continue reading
Here is some information on some of the latest fumigants available for vegetable growers in plasticulture.