Injury caused to corn by contamination with Achieve (tralkoxydim) at 10% of labelled rate.
Corn injury caused by tank-contamination of Achieve (tralkoxydim) on the left compared to Puma (fenoxaprop) on the right.
Transient injury caused by a tank contamination of Reflex (fomesafen) at 10% of the labelled rate.
Injury to the 3rd and 4th leaf caused by an unintended application of Flexstar (glyphosate + fomesafen)
The leaves most prominent at application (3 and 4) are showing the greatest amount of Reflex injury at a tank contamination rate (10% of labelled).
A wide shot of reflex injury at a tank contamination rate (10% of labelled)
This corn stand turned brittle after an application of MCPA (overlap rate) resulting in about 40% of the stand lodging.
An application of MCPA at the overlap rate, has caused the corn to turn brittle and fall over.
Another part of the demonstration plot that received a 4X rate of fluazifop, applied post replanting. Note the variability in stand at this rate.
when fluazifop (Venture) is applied at a1X rate and prior to replanting, the risk of injury is dramatically less.
Fluazifop (Venture) applied at a 4X rate, just prior to corn emergence. Note the stunted stand.
metribuzin injury in soybean, June 14, 2012
Canola injury from metribuzin (Trade Name: Sencor)
https://fieldcropnews.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/10/Hogweed_Homeowner_products.m4v Mike Cowbrough looks at the effectiveness of 3 different domestic weed killers on Giant Hogweed
red clover control in the spring following a fall application of glyphosate + dicamba