May 17, 2013, Mississauga – Research from BASF Canada Inc. (BASF) has found there is value in using a residual two-pass system to manage herbicide resistant weeds in GT corn, while increasing average yield by more than 20 bushels per acre. Add to Facebook Like this? Tweet it to your followers!
Researchers at the University of Vienna have completed an extensive survey of nanotechnology, focusing on the uses and potential of nano-pesticides. Add to Facebook Like this? Tweet it to your followers!
With Group 2-resistant kochia a given throughout much of Western Canada, and Group 2 glyphosate-resistant kochia identified in numerous fields in southern Alberta, farmers and weed scientists are having to reassess their chemfallow weed control programs. Add to Facebook Like this? Tweet it to your followers!
growers who decided to get their corn crop in early and have not yet applied an herbicide still have an opportunity to protect their yield from weed competition. Add to Facebook Like this? Tweet it to your followers!