Weeds

Potential for new weed control technologies in Canada June 2016

Ongoing research in Western Canada is looking at alternate weed control technologies that do not utilize herbicides to target weeds. Like this? Tweet it to your followers!

Integrated wild oat management June 2016

We’ve put incredible selection pressure on wild oats for resistance. It’s our driver weed. It’s a weed that makes most of our herbicide decisions. Like this? Tweet it to your followers!

State of weed resistance in Western Canada June 2016

Since 1975 the increase in herbicide-resistant weed cases has been fairly consistent, similar to global trends. Like this? Tweet it to your followers!

Herbicide-resistant weeds – a global perspective June 2016

Resistance is futile. Herbicide resistance is quite predictable. There is nothing mysterious about herbicide resistance. It is a simple, naturally occurring evolutionary response to selection pressure by a mortality agent, which in our case would be a herbicide. Like this? Tweet it to your followers!

Weeds love warmth and moisture

Wild oats and green foxtail are growing “like crazy” and rain will bring a flush of broadleaf annuals. In-crop herbicide applications are best done as early as possible. Like this? Tweet it to your followers!

‘Herbicide layering’ to manage weeds June 2016

Research trials in the U.S. and more recently at the University of Saskatchewan are proving what’s old is new again. Like this? Tweet it to your followers!

Ontario field crop report: May 19 May 2016

Canola acreage is up in southern Ontario and spring cereals are off to a good start. Like this? Tweet it to your followers!

Manage cleavers in canola May 2016

Field surveys across Western Canada are showing an increase in the presence of cleavers. Generally, the vast majority of populations have been identified in Saskatchewan; however in the 2010 weed survey in Alberta, cleavers ranked as the number three weed in canola and number one weed in pulses. Cleavers are difficult to control in many crops and can cause downgrading and reduced crop quality. Like this? Tweet it to your followers!

New tools in the fight against resistant weeds in corn May 2016

The upsurge in herbicide resistance is radically affecting quality and yield in corn and soybean crops and no field is immune. Like this? Tweet it to your followers!

Pre-seed herbicide application important tool

Pre-seed herbicide application is an important tool for resistance management in cereals. Like this? Tweet it to your followers!

Herbicide screening trials for Ontario-grown quinoa April 2016

Early season weed management is a limiting factor for quinoa production in Ontario. Like this? Tweet it to your followers!

Infinity FX to combat tough-to-control cleavers and kochia April 2016

Infinity FX proves to be an excellent resistance management tool with three modes of action for broadleaf weed control. Like this? Tweet it to your followers!

Advisory on quinclorac

Controlling cleavers? Read this advisory on quinclorac. Like this? Tweet it to your followers!

New formulation Solo ADV herbicide welcome news for growers

New formulation Solo ADV herbicide welcome news for growers supporting expanding lentil market demand in Western Canada. Like this? Tweet it to your followers!

Triallate is still a good option in Western Canada

Diversity in modes of action is key for managing and reducing the risk of weed resistance. Like this? Tweet it to your followers!

On the lookout April 2016

There’s some debate about when to sound the alarm on Palmer amaranth. Those struggling to help farmers combat the weed in the United States insist the sooner, the better. Folks who know Eastern Canada assure farmers it isn’t time to panic. Yet. Like this? Tweet it to your followers!

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