Stay one step ahead of the weed competition next season

  • Scout fields now to evaluate the effectiveness of a soybean herbicide program.
  • When assessing weed management programs, Sonic® herbicide and Surveil Co-pack herbicide provide­­ long-lasting, residual control to manage high-anxiety weeds.

INDIANAPOLIS — Aug. 13, 2014 — When growing soybeans, growers need to think ahead to stay one step ahead of weeds. That means examining weed threats and evaluating which herbicides work best. As resistant and high-anxiety weeds such as marestail and waterhemp intrude on soybean fields across the Midwest, growers should consistently assess their weed management programs. The end of the growing season is an ideal time to get out in the field and scout for weed escapes to determine ...

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