Start Date

1-12-2016 12:00 AM

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Weed resistance to herbicide is prompting applicators to consider using a broader spectrum of herbicides. Reassessing use of existing herbicides and shifting away from predominant use of a single herbicide such as glyphosate is a sort of “back-to-the-future” approach as long-time applicators and those involved with crop production reacquaint themselves with application requirements of other products. Opportunities for confusion exist as label requirements have changed for variations of once familiar products.

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Dec 1st, 12:00 AM

Spray equipment operation for emerging herbicide technology

Weed resistance to herbicide is prompting applicators to consider using a broader spectrum of herbicides. Reassessing use of existing herbicides and shifting away from predominant use of a single herbicide such as glyphosate is a sort of “back-to-the-future” approach as long-time applicators and those involved with crop production reacquaint themselves with application requirements of other products. Opportunities for confusion exist as label requirements have changed for variations of once familiar products.

 

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