Amit Jhala - Extension Weed Management Specialist

Center pivot irrigated soybeans
Management in a successful soybean-after-soybean cropping system may require growers to make some slight adjustments in their practices, including irrigation, seed selection, and pest management.

Planting Soybean after Soybean (Part 2): In-Season Management Considerations April 13, 2017

In Part 1 of this article, we look at considerations for planting soybean after soybean. In this article, Part 2, we share considerations for in-season management.

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Uuncontrolled giant ragweed

Planting Interval of Corn and Soybean after 2,4-D/ Dicamba Burndown Application April 7, 2017

With cold, wet conditions in March, many producers may be facing a smaller than expected window for making their herbicide burndown applications in April. This makes timely applications now even more important to provide for a proper interval before planting this year.

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marestail

Status of Herbicide-Resistant Weeds in Nebraska March 20, 2017

Nine weed species in Nebraska have now evolved resistance to at least one group of herbicides. Six weed species — common ragweed, common waterhemp, marestail, kochia, giant ragweed, and Palmer amaranth — have confirmed resistance to glyphosate. Rotate herbicide sites of action and weed control practice to avoid contributing to this trend.

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glyphosate-resistant Palmer amaranth
Figure 1. A female glyphosate-resistant Palmer amaranth plant in a soybean field in south-central Nebraska. This plant has the capacity to produce up to half a million seeds. (All photos by Parminder Chahal)

Glyphosate-Resistant Palmer Amaranth Confirmed in South-Central Nebraska March 15, 2017

Palmer amaranth (Amaranthus palmeri S. Wats.) is a C4 dioecious species (separate male and female plants) native to the southwestern United States.

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Marestail seedling and field infested with marestail
Figures 1 (inset). Marestail plant forming rosette in spring. Figure 2. Corn field infested with glyphosate-resistant marestail in eastern Nebraska. (All photos by Debalin Sarangi).

When is a Good Time to Scout and Control Glyphosate-Resistant Marestail? March 8, 2017

Marestail, also known as horseweed or Canada fleabane, is a winter or summer annual weed in Nebraska. Historically, marestail was found in waste area, field edges, along roadsides, and railway tracks; however, no-till crop production systems over the last 20 years favor marestail germination and establishment in agronomic crops in Nebraska.

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Soybean field treated with Sonic herbicide

New Soybean Herbicides for 2017 March 6, 2017

Information on new soybean herbicides, incuding their modes of action

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New Corn Herbicides for 2017 February 24, 2017

Information on new herbicides for corn that will be available for the 2017 crop production season.

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Section of the Herbicide Classification Chart
Section of the Herbicide Classification Chart

2017 Chart for Selection of Herbicides Based on Site of Action February 2, 2017

Management of glyphosate-resistant weeds is now the greatest challenge for Nebraska crop producers and land managers. The 2017 Herbicide Classification Chart from Take Action Against Weeds is an easy means for identifying herbicide site of action to avoid repeated use of the same action on the same field.

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