Participants will be able to view about 40 experiments during the tour. Those will include burndown, early preplant, preplant incorporated, pre-emergence, postemergence, post-directed and layby trials on corn, cotton and soybeans.
In addition, trials evaluating carryover to follow crops, residual activity, application timing, herbicide-resistant crops and glyphosate resistant horseweed will be viewed and discussed. Plot plan books covering all of the experiments will be available from University of Tennessee personnel.
Points will be awarded for pesticide recertification.
For more information, contact Bob Hayes or Pat Brawley at 731 424-1643.