Market Journal: Controlling Volunteer Corn in Soybean

Market Journal: Controlling Volunteer Corn in Soybean

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On this week's Market Journal UNL Extension Weed Science Educator Lowell Sandell discusses the yield impact of volunteer corn in soybeans. Sandell explains why it's important to gain early control as well as various treatment options at this stage. (See more information and table of labeled herbicides in related CropWatch article.)

Also from the July 11 Market Journal:

  • Rotating Weed Management Strategies — Extension Weed Scientist Amit Jhala explains why it's important to change your weed management program next year, even when it performed well this year, to ensure continued weed control options.
  • Ag Education Programs Increasing — While agricultural education programs are increasing in Nebraska high schools, there may not be enough teachers to fit the need. Market Journal's Kurtis Harms reports on the shortage of ag educators in the state.
  • Livestock Market Update Derrell Peel, Oklahoma State Extension livestock marketing specialist, analyzes feedlot profit margins, drought effects in Oklahoma and Texas and options for producers selling this year's calf crop.
  • Weather Forecast — State Climatologist Al Dutcher gives his forecast for the coming week.

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