Protecting efficacy of new herbicide products should be priority


Corn farmers could have new herbicide traits in their arsenal when the new growing season rolls around. The new traits will allow them to apply 2,4-D or dicamba over the top of their herbicide-resistant corn plants. But, as Iowa State’s Mike Owens explains in this video, it’s important that farmers don’t begin applying the old 2,4-D or the old dicamba when the traits are approved for planting. Owens was a speaker at Iowa State’s annual Integrated Crop Management Conference in Ames, Iowa.

Please or Register to post comments.

You can still get free marketing insights!

Missed our USDA Report marketing seminar? View it on demand and benefit from the insights and analysis that will help your bottom line.

How USDA Report Will Impact Crop Prices
And Your Bottom Line

Check it out now

Connect With Us
Commodity Prices

Market Data provided by

Continuing Education
Potassium nitrate has a positive effect in controlling plant pests and diseases when applied...
This online CE course details sound mechanical irrigation design and management practices to...
Newsletter Signup