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EPA Registers Dicamba Formulation for Use on Dicamba Tolerant Crops

EPA is registering a dicamba formulation, Xtendimax™ with Vapor Grip™ Technology, which is specifically designed to have lower volatility, to control weeds in cotton and soybean crops genetically engineered to tolerate dicamba. 319 more words

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PPO herbicide-resistant pigweed found in St. Louis

In Delta Farm Press

Palmer amaranth with multiple herbicide resistance is nothing new to the Mid-South. But farther north, the recent discovery of pigweed resistant to glyphosate and PPO herbicides was novel. 259 more words

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Defending the environment from ecocide.

What we are trying to counter. A man spraying into a drain on left Bank Road. Friday 11 November 2016. It rained soon after. Also 2 people told me of the edge spraying at Cape Byron. 25 more words

Syngenta representative says that herbicides are not enough for weed control

In Southeast Farm Press

by John Hart, Southeast Farm Press

The clear takeaway message: Farmers can’t rely on herbicides alone to control tough weeds.

Farm journalists from across the country received a short course in managing resistant weeds during the Syngenta Media Summit held Oct. 308 more words

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Burden of knowledge that comes with Scientific fact concerning Climate Change.

http://www.abc.net.au/radionational/programs/earshot/climate-of-emotion:-hope/7881746

2 part programme. The second programme was how we manage our sense of despair at what we witness, hear and see.  In support of Scott Ludlam and all the other front line environmentalists who bear an enormous burden with the knowledge they carry. 456 more words

Time of day does not affect peanut weed treatments in crop situations

In Southeast Farm Press

by John Hart, Southeast Farm Press

For the most part, the effectiveness of common peanut herbicide applications are not influenced by time of application, research at the University of Georgia reveals. 361 more words

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Applying herbicides without regard to the label has consequences

In Delta Farm Press

by David Bennett, Farm Press staff

Sadly, off-target herbicide drift leading to damaged crops isn’t new to Mid-South farmers. However, the concerns have become more pronounced with dicamba being illegally applied over-the-top of Xtend soybeans. 377 more words

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