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  • This agronomic image shows a rain gauge with just over 5” of rainfall from April 26 through May 2, 2017

    Corn Herbicide Flexibility Matters in Cool, Wet Conditions

    Caption: Pana, IL: A rain gauge shows just over 5” of rainfall from April 26 through May 2, 2017. Even the best plans can be thwarted by bad weather. Wet and cold weather can make the corn herbicide application window smaller, and in many cases growers can completely miss it if the crop exceeds the planned herbicide’s application window. It’s important to have a herbicide that delivers flexibility and crop safety* regardless of weather conditions….

This agronomic photo shows growers assessing wet conditions in Southern Illinois soybean fields.
An agronomic image with corn seedlings begining to sprout.
This agronomic image shows a flooded field.
This agronomic photo shows a kochia weed.
An agronomic image showing the effects of sudden death syndrome on soybean plants.
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An agronomic picture of soybean insects and diseases.
An agronomic photo showing wheat diseases.