Change Leads to Giant Ragweed Control
Nebraska: Wet conditions around planting during the 2015 season made it difficult for Jeff Miller, a Clatonia, Nebraska-based grower, to make timely herbicide applications. Once he was able to apply, the giant ragweed control did not meet his expectations, leading to weed seed carryover and a field full of giant ragweed prior to planting in 2016.
Looking for added application flexibility and improved control of giant ragweed in 2016, Jeff chose to apply Acuron® corn herbicide, a convenient premix with four active ingredients, three effective modes of action and a wide window of application – from 28 days pre-plant up to 12-inch corn.
Here’s a visual recap of the field’s transformation after application:
April 25, 2016:
Clatonia, Nebraska: A mat of giant ragweed resulting from poor weed control with previous herbicides in 2015.
June 2, 2016:
The same field 37 days after a treatment of 2.7 qt/A of Acuron with 2, 4-D and Banvel® herbicides.
June 16, 2016:
A row in the field above 51 days after treatment.
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