Items Tagged with 'herbicide application'



Strip-Tillers Should Focus on Emerged Weeds After Short Harvest

The dry pattern this fall may have reduced winter annual weed emergence, and we don’t appear to be headed into an overly wet pattern. It’s possible that weed populations are low and may not merit a fall application, although there are always more weeds out there than we think.
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Building Cover Crop Biomass with Roots, not Shoots

Leveraging a diverse, and dynamic cover cropping program, Quebec strip-tiller Mike Verdonck will discuss his has motivation to build soil health to overcome a short growing season and stubborn soils at the 2020 National Strip-Tillage Conference.
For Canadian strip-tiller Mike Verdonck, weed pressure, erosion and a reliance on heavy herbicide and fertilizer applications are all symptoms of “sick” soil. The antidote? Reducing tillage, moving to a year-round, multi-species cover cropping system and putting a focus on rebuilding and maintaining soil health.
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Having Fun with In-Furrow Fungicide

When making fungicide applications, timing and application method can be critical factor in the outcome. This is something that brothers Dan, Dave and Doug Rebout have been experimenting with on their 3,900-acre operation in Janesville, Wis.
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