co-authors: Dr. Clarence Swanton and Dr. Francois Tardif
You may be faced with a scenario where there is an abundance of weeds at or near the maximum leaf-stage for effective control, yet the soybean crop is not at the growth stage specified on the product label. As a producer or consultant, do y... Continue reading
I took this video in 2010 when a lot of corn was planted in mid April and had emerged nicely only to be hit with a frost in May. Although the injury looked bad at the time, because the growing point was below the ground the crop made a complete recovery and 2010 saw record high provincial corn yield... Continue reading
Below are examples of corn and soybean injury demonstrated at the FarmSmart field expo, July 12, Elora Research Station (University of Guelph)
Scenario 1: Just this past spring, I had contact with a producer who had accidentally applied Guardian Plus (glyphosate + chlorimuron + flumioxazin) post em... Continue reading
Here is a summary of herbicide injury scenarios in soybeans (glyphosate tolerant), white beans, kidney beans and adzuki beans showcased at the South West Crop Diagnostic Days in Ridgetown on July 6th and 7th, 2011.
Sandea (halosulfuron) is currently not registered in Ontario. A... Continue reading
Above average precipitation in the spring of 2011 has illustrated for many, areas within their fields that are slower to drain and even prone to have standing water (see below).
Certain herbicides are at greater risk of causing crop injury in areas where there is standing water. The reasons ... Continue reading