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Jake Turner and Chris Mayo, Monsanto Technical Development Representative talk about what resistance means to soybean growers and how a preemergence herbicide like Authority® controls weeds early, reducing the challenge on a post program.
Spring application choices have an effect on yield. Williams, IA, grower Eric Doolittle talks with Jake Turner about how preemergence herbicides such as Authority® have resulted in multiple benefits, including a bump in soybean yield.
In part 1 of our two-part series on weed management, Jake Turner and Weed Scientist Gail Stratman explore how keeping weeds under control early with a pre will prevent seed production down the road.
Do you use the set up rate or full rate when you apply a preemergence? Hear what Weed Scientist Gail Stratman has to say about rates when he and Jake Turner continue their discussion on early weed control.
Learn how soybean grower Charles Henke, Salisbury, MO, overcame a real disaster with waterhemp.
With weed resistance what it is today, preplant burndown with a residual is practically a necessity.
Jake Turner monitors the results of using Authority herbicides and checks on crop performance when he and Mark Beetler, Helena Chemical branch manager, walk the fields.
Jake Turner and Bryan Young, weed science professor at Southern Illinois University, examine trial plots comparing preemergence herbicide use rates. You’ll be surprised at what you see!
The increase in resistant weed pressure makes the use of a preemergence herbicide mandatory for weed management. See for yourself in this episode featuring Ag PhD Field Day trials.
A clean start in the spring actually starts in the fall with a residual herbicide as part of a fall burndown program. Danny Hutson, United Co-op Manager from Summitville, Indiana, shows us the difference a fall residual can make. Then travel to Nebraska for more result comparisons.
By changing management practices, soybean growers are pushing the yield envelope. Jay Sensmeier hovers around 80 bushel yields due to laying a good foundation, a good fertilizer program, soil sampling and starting clean with Authority® herbicides.
It is becoming increasingly important to apply full rates of residual herbicides in order to support postemergence applications. Nick Hustedde, Altamont, IL, introduces Authority® Maxx herbicide, a new player in the lineup of Authority preemergence herbicides.
Weeds have evolved and weed control strategies have to do the same to be effective. Jake Turner and extension weed specialist Larry Steckel, University of Tennessee, present an approach that is gaining popularity. It involves the Overlap System and results in more effective control.
This infographic answers frequently asked questions about how preemergence herbicides fit with best practices in weed management stewardship.
The Overlap™ System, takes weed stress off post herbicides by introducing multiple effective modes of action, different chemistries and controlling weeds before they emerge for longer periods of time.
This infographic showcases why overlapping residuals is important and how the concept can produce more effective weed management.
To learn more about the Overlap System, read the white paper from Bryan Young, Associate Professor of Weed Science at Purdue University.