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Tag Archives: herbicide damage
Last week the question was: What caused the yellowing on the leaf margins of this kale? The yellowing on the leaf margins is the result of glyphosate. The grower was spraying the row middles and some of the spray got on … Continue reading
Last week the question was: What happened to these soybeans? These soybeans are showing damage symptoms from an auxin herbicide, dicamba to be more specific. We’re seeing these symptoms show up in a number of fields right now. Some volatilization … Continue reading
Last week the question was: What is happening to these tomato leaves? These leaves are turning yellow starting at the base of the petioles because they have been exposed to glyphosate. Glyphosate is a great herbicide so long as it … Continue reading
Thursday afternoon was pretty breezy, so I pulled out the wind meter to get an idea for exactly what the wind speed was. The average as shown below was about 9.4 mph. At times the wind was gusting up to … Continue reading
2,4-D (Enlist Duo) and dicamba (Xtendimax and Engenia) will be labeled for use this year in certain varieties of soybeans and cotton. Anyone planning to use these products needs to carefully read the labels and be prepared to follow them … Continue reading