Part 3: Multiple Modes of Action Control Tough Weeds
Following results from Kansas and Nebraska, and Wisconsin and Northern Illinois, growers in Southern Illinois and Missouri share their evaluations of Acuron® and Acuron Flexi corn herbicides. In these areas, waterhemp was the biggest concern. Growers in Southern Illinois also named morningglory, pigweed and marestail as problematic weeds.
Here’s a recap:
June 27, 2016:
New Florence, Missouri: Kent Hall’s field had a history of waterhemp pressure prior to treatment. Acuron applied at 1.5 qt/A for burndown in early April followed by 1.5 qt/A of Acuron in early June.
June 28, 2016:
Tamms, Illinois: Pigweeds were a problem in grower Joshua Miller’s field prior to treatment. Acuron applied at 3 qt/A with nitrogen in early April.
June 28, 2016:
Anna, Illinois: Prior to treatment, grower and retailer Brad Dodd had concerns about populations of marestail, morningglory and waterhemp in this field. Acuron applied at 3 qt/A in early April.
Check the Know More, Grow More Digest to read about results in Ohio and Iowa.
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