A close up of corn injury caused by 8 times the labelled rate of Liberty (glufosinate) applied to Liberty Link corn
Crop injury as a result of Liberty (glufosinate) applied at 8 times the labelled rate.
Liberty (glufosinate) injury in Liberty Link corn when applied at 8 times the labelled rate. Understandably, there is crop injury
A row of soybean sprayed with an overlap rate (twice the labelled rate) of Flexstar GT.
A row of soybean sprayed with Guardian at twice the labelled rate (left) compared to an un-sprayed row (right).
From left to right and at the back. Post emergent applications of Lontrel, Banvel II, MCPA and 2,4-D ester. Contrast that to the front where the same four herbicides were applied pre-emergent, but due to no precipitation since application, no injury or weed control has been observed.
Stunting, yellowing and reddening of leaf veins caused by sulphonylurea herbicides, in this instance tribenuron/thifensulfuron. A cereal herbicide, not registered for use in soybeans, but was accidentally applied.
Refine SG applied postemergent to soybeans (left) compared to an unsprayed area (right)
Another example of Guardian Plus injury when applied postemergent to glyphosate tolerant soybean
Foliar leaf burn (casued by flumioxazin), stunting and the reddening of leaf veins (caused by chlorimuron) 7 days after an application of Guardian Plus
soybean stunting caused by Guardian Plus (left) compared to the two unsprayed rows to the right.
Severe leaf distortion caused by an application of flumioxazin just prior to corn emergence.
A stunted uneven corn stand caused by flumioxazin being applied post planting and shortly before crop emergence.
A by-product of leaf burn caused by saflufenacil, is that the new growth gets “caught up” in the necrotic leaf tissue causing distorted growth.
Retarded growth caused by a post emergent application of Integrity at the 2-3 leaf stage. The saflufenacil portion had burned off the emerged leaves, but since the growing point was below the ground, the corn was able to regrow.