Wet weather forces changes in weed control plans
With planting off to a much faster pace in Iowa in comparison to the neighboring states of Illinois and Wisconsin, questions start arising around soybean residual herbicides.
Typically, weed control starts prior to the soybean’s emergence. However, in a wet year, that plan often changes when the beans are planted and a rain event occurs before the preemergence residual herbicide can be applied.
While these previous plans were formulated with the best weed...
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