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UPW has been decided for 2020

 

Finally, the ruling has been passed down to us. Dr. Culpepper let us know yesterday morning at the Weed Meeting that if you took a UPW class in 2019 then you do not have to take one for 2020. However, if you did not take a UPW class last year (2019) then you will have to take one this year. 

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Syngenta’s New Gramoxone 3SL (paraquat) Formulation

Awhile back I mentioned the new training from EPA for the use of paraquat. Anyone associated with mixing, handling, applying paraquat products (Gramoxone) has to complete the training. Syngenta recently received a label for its new formulation of paraquat sold under the trade name of Gramoxone 3SL (3 lb ai/gal).
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Cotton Layby Sprays

I see a good bit of clean cotton out there so that must mean that the majority of you are being timely with your herbicide sprays. When cotton starts getting taller and bushing out its difficult to spray over the top and still maintain good weed control. You run the…
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Peanut LPOST Herbicide Sprays (30-45 DAP)

LPOST Spray (30-45 DAP) Most of you have already or are getting ready for your LPOST peanut spray. Here are a few recommendations that Dr. Prostko has tested for years with proven results. Also, I was in Thomas County for a peanut training a few days ago and saw a…
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Volunteer Peanut Control in Field Corn

Volunteer peanuts emerge from seeds that have been left over and made it through the winter. They can be super tough to deal with. Dr. Prostko gives some tips on how to manage volunteer peanuts. Roundup Ready Corn:  Split applications of glyphosate at least 10 days apart.  Glyphosate can be…
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