In a perfect crop year, rice would be planted by early April and tillered and flooded before June 1. We would have applied overlapping residual herbicides with precise timing, and post-flood herbicide applications would not be required.
Even with today’s high-quality hybrids and planter/monitor technology, achieving that perfect picket fence corn stand can be a challenge.
Palmer amaranth is growing increasingly resistant to herbicides in corn. Corteva Agriscience Market Development Specialist Jason Gibson provides advice for overcoming that resistance and controlling the weed.
A corn replant decision is never easy. But by combining scouting with yield history and cost/price ranges, you can use sound data and economics to help remove the emotion from the equation.
In this edition of Wheat Talk, watch Seth Keas identify marestail and share his tips for this tough-to-control broadleaf weed.