Corteva Agriscience has been honored by the Utility Arborist Association (UAA) as a recipient of the 2020 Partners in Excellence (PinE) Award.
By integrating selective herbicide applications into its vegetation management program, Egyptian Electric Cooperative has improved worksite safety and reduced long-term maintenance costs.
By extending the treatment window, dormant-stem applications can effectively curb unexpected setbacks like weather complications to labor insufficiencies.
Serving as a common host for insects and plant diseases, horsenettle is known to invade a variety of natural areas. Learn how to identify and treat this invasive weed.
As field-tested results continue to reveal optimum vegetation management strategies for abiding by North Dakota’s noxious weed law, industry professionals are working to promote best practices for the benefit of today’s landowners.